Sometimes there's a climax, or a point of culmination, and usually the coda or peroration that ends the piece decisively.
The apotheosis of Scott's reception, however, is reached in this peroration .
This able book, as anxious for an effective peroration as any sermon, contains truths unwelcome to Christian readers, but it omits relevant evidence.
The peroration was magnificent, though difficult to remember, you know.
I found myself launching into a little peroration .
he again invoked the theme in an emotional peroration
He concludes a short peroration on someone's misdemeanor (never mind who; the cause of wrongdoing is universal).
After reading it I put it aside, deeply troubled as I was by the haunting resonance of its peroration , which so moved the audience.
In the meantime, expect a lengthy peroration on moving offices.
But the full peroration makes clear that this was not the case either.