This was another word that I could guess the meaning by the contest, but I didn’t know how to pronounce it. I found this word in The Complete Casebook of Herlock Sholmes, “The Case of the Teuton’s Trousers”.

Denouement (pronounced da-noo-man) – the climax of a chain of events, usually when something is decided or made clear

Usage: “If you care to accompany me today, I have no doubt I shall be able to show you a very interesting denouement.”