Climactic and Climatic

What's the difference between climactic and climatic?

Climactic relates to the highest point. For example: Climatic pertains to the weather. For example:

Climactic and Climatic

Climactic and climatic look similar, but their meanings are quite different.


The adjective climactic derives from the noun climax. It pertains to a peak, a decisive moment, or the point of greatest tension.



The adjective climatic derives from the noun climate. It pertains to the weather.


A Quick Test

Help Us To Improve English Grammar Lessons
Please tell us using this form.

See Also

What are adjectives? What are nouns? List of easily confused words