dénouement

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Borrowing from French dénouement.

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dénouement ‎(plural dénouements)

  1. (often used metaphorically) The conclusion or resolution of a plot.

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French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

dénouer +‎ -ment, from Middle French desnouement, from the Old French verb desnoer(to unknot) + -ment, from the noun neu(knot), itself from Latin nōdus.

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Noun[edit]

dénouement m ‎(plural dénouements)

  1. outcome
  2. (theater) dénouement

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