juncture (noun) · junctures (plural noun)
Definition of juncture. 1 : a point of time at this juncture especially : one made critical by a concurrence of circumstances. 2a : joint, connection. b : the manner of transition or mode of relationship between two consecutive sounds in speech.
At every juncture there is a seamless connection between private moments and public events, intimate feelings and collective sentiments, personal goals and national ambitions. Both moments occur at climactic junctures in the ceremony.
Another crucial career juncture was Fraser’s decision to accept the role of running strategy for Citi at the beginning of the financial crisis. At this important juncture, we asked several experts from different fields what their burning question about the coronavirus is.
At this juncture, the appointment seemed thoroughly satisfactory (and has come to be seen as more than that in the intervening period). If this is the case, then it is possible that four-year-olds may produce the patterns in clear speech when juncture is otherwise ambiguous. These examples are from corpora and from sources on the web.