eucatastrophe

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

eu- +‎ catastrophe, coined by J R R Tolkien.

Noun[edit]

eucatastrophe (plural eucatastrophes)

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  1. (literature) A catastrophe (dramatic event leading to plot resolution) that results in the protagonist's well-being.

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