from The Century Dictionary.

  • To bring to a climacteric, especially to the grand climacteric.
  • noun A climacteric.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun See climacteric, n.

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  • noun A climacteric.


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Compare French climactère.


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  • Ancient of Days, cannot receive the adjunct of antiquity, who was before the world, and shall be after it, yet is not older than it: for, in his years there is no climacter: 43 his duration is eternity; and far more venerable than antiquity.

    Religio Medici 2007


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