Definition of anticlimactically in English:

anticlimactically

adverb

  • See anticlimactic

    • ‘The end comes anticlimactically and the reader is left with no feeling of tenderness either.’
    • ‘The platform party scampered off, and that, anticlimactically, was it for another year.’
    • ‘We assume a stunning revelation about the murder is forthcoming, but the twist, when it finally arrives, is anticlimactically ambiguous.’
    • ‘The show ended rather anticlimactically with a really long reggae jam.’
    • ‘Trashed, he ended up quitting the stage, leaving the band to trail off anticlimactically.’

Pronunciation

anticlimactically

/antɪklʌɪˈmaktɪk(ə)li/