The unraveling or discovery of a plot; the catastrophe, especially of a drama or a romance.
The solution of a mystery; issue; outcome.
comes from a French word meaning unknotting or unraveling and refers the resolution of the plot usually at the end of a play or film
The concluding scene of a play where the drama of the action gets resolved and brought to some sort of conclusion, happy or otherwise. Some playwrights deliberately avoid a traditional denouement, leaving the drama effectively open-ended.
the final unraveling of the plot following the climax (same as resolution)
(F), conclusion -- originally referring to the unraveling of plot.
the final portion of Era Omega in which the new universal order is determined
The final scene or scenes in a play devoted to tying up the loose ends after the climax (although the word originally meant "the untying").
The slackening of tension after the climax at the end of the play or that portion of a plot that reveals the final outcome of its conflicts or the solution of its mysteries ( SS 555, SG 165).
the outcome of a complex sequence of events
the final resolution of the main complication of a literary or dramatic work
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the resolution of the plot in fiction or drama (an “untying” of the complications at the end of the story line)
Unravelling of a plot.
French term meaning "unraveling" or "unknotting" used to describe the resolution of a PLOT following the climax.
the winding up of the catastrophe of the plot.
in a literary work, the final outcome or unraveling of the conflict.
(DAY-noo-mahn), comes AFTER a climax. Is the final resolution or clarification of a dramatic or narrative plot. For more, see Mechanical Deck.
a final scene or cha[ter that explains mysteries and straightens out misunderstandings between characters and the author and reader. The word means "unknotting" in French.
the final resolution to an intricate plot.
French: a conclusion, outcome, or final solution.
the final resolution or clarification of a dramatic or narrative plot; the events following the climax of a drama or novel in which such a resolution or clarification takes place
the unraveling of the action; follows the climax or occurs simultaneously with it.
The final outcome of the main dramatic event in a literary work.