anticlimactically

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disappointingly, frustratingly, unimpressively
In an anticlimactic manner
anticlimactic
Lacking climax, disappointing or ironically insignificant following of impressive foreshadowing

After all the build up, the ending of the story was an anticlimactic letdown.

anticlimax
a gradual or sudden decrease in the importance or impressiveness of what is said
anticlimax
{n} a sentence in which the last part is lower than the first, a sinking or depression
Anticlimax
producing a big anything in hopes of instantly intensifying the climax of a magic trick (See Flop Sweat )
Anticlimax
The intentional use of elevated language to describe the trivial or commonplace, or a sudden transition from a significant thought to a trivial one in order to achieve a humorous or satiric effect, as in Pope's The Rape of the Lock: Here thou, great Anna! whom three realms obey, Dost sometimes counsel take -- and sometimes tea An anticlimax also occurs in a series in which the ideas or events ascend toward a climactic conclusion but terminate instead in a thought of lesser importance Bathos is an anticlimax which is unintentional
Anticlimax
(also called bathos) a drop, often sudden and unexpected, from a dignified or important idea or situation to one that is trivial or humorous Also a sudden descent from something sublime to something ridiculous In fiction and drama, this refers to action that is disappointing in contrast to the previous moment of intense interest The effect is frequently intentional and comic For example: "Usama Bin Laden: Wanted for Crimes of War, Terrorism, Murder, Conspiracy, and Nefarious Parking Practices "
Anticlimax
a disappointing decline after ad previous rise; "the anticlimax of a brilliant career"
Anticlimax
a change from a serious subject to a disappointing one
anticlimactic
{s} less than expected, disappointing, frustrating
anticlimactic
of or relating to a sudden change from an impressive to a ludicrous style
anticlimactic
coming after the climax especially of a dramatic or narrative plot; "everything after the discovery of the murderer was anticlimactic"
anticlimax
a change from a serious subject to a disappointing one a disappointing decline after ad previous rise; "the anticlimax of a brilliant career
anticlimax
A break in the final crescendo or climax of a narrative, producing a disappointing end
anticlimax
A sentence in which the ideas fall, or become less important and striking, at the close; the opposite of climax
anticlimax
It produces a ridiculous effect
anticlimax
You can describe something as an anticlimax if it disappoints you because it happens after something that was very exciting, or because it is not as exciting as you expected. Barry's speech followed Dirk Bogarde's appearance, and was an inevitable anticlimax = disappointment. a situation or event that does not seem exciting because it happens after something that was much better
anticlimax
{i} abrupt move from a serious or tense situation to an absurd situation
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