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Elizabeth exclaimed and she expertly piloted her truck through the puddle again, leaving a roiling wake in the water.

You have to watch the power gauge to nail the timing on your shot, which the narrator will confirm by exclaiming “Nice shot!”

We both held on tight, the otherworldly buzz of a thousand cicadas in our ears, as we took turns exclaiming how good it was to see each other.

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After taking the electric truck for a spin, he exclaimed, “This sucker’s quick” to news cameras.

He would loudly exclaim, “I don’t know what I’m doing,” followed soon after by, “Er, checkmate.”

The idea of black Bond caused Limbaugh to exclaim on his show last week that Bond was “white and Scottish, period.”

Almost unanimously they would exclaim, “We need young people and fresh ideas in government!”

With the spoken word, we use our tone, inflection and volume to question, exclaim and convey our feelings.

They give him a sandwich, begin driving away, and the man slips back into his Walt Jr. voice to exclaim: "Have an A-1 day!"

So for Warren to exclaim that Rwandans have “figured out a way for people to live together in reconciliation” is, at best, naïve.

In case any reader should hastily exclaim, “What a ridiculous question; there can be only one southward!”

A butcher's boy, running against a gentleman with his tray, made him exclaim, "The deuce take the tray!"

The sight of the awful carnage affected even the warworn Marshal, and made him exclaim, "What a massacre!"

Ambiguity abounds everywhere and confounds everything; we are obliged at every word to exclaim, What do you mean?

I exclaim: How agreeable must it be to dwell underneath119 such a pure sky and in such a delightful abode!


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exclaim, such as: assert, blurt, call out, proclaim, shout, and utter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.