The denouement of her career came on October 25, 1944, when she sold out Carnegie Hall.
The denouement itself appropriates the theme of the huntsman who spares the child he is obliged to kill.
For anyone who cared to watch, the event and its denouement provided a graphic demonstration that the Iron Curtain was crumbling.
So says the reawakened Duke Orsino at the denouement of Twelfth Night.
In both Scott and Shakspeare there is often seen a perfect disregard of the denouement.
I knew what to think of it all, and I waited for the 'denouement'.
The denouement no longer depended upon Blanche de Courtornieu's will.
If there is a denouement, why do you beat about the bush so much?
She absolutely laughed at the denouement, and seemed altogether unconcerned about the matter.
These accomplices were to open the scene; he was to appear only in the denouement.