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verb as in shout out

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“You can change the world with a great idea, but you need people to put themselves on the line,” exclaims Assange.

“I almost died twice today,” Shane exclaims, after beheading the snake with a pointed stick he whittled to a spear.

Dressed in swimsuit bottoms, and no top except for an unzipped ski jacket, the cover exclaims, “Kate Upton goes polar bare.”

Ah,” he exclaims on opening the door of a crime scene, “I detect cheap cologne, cigarette, and a whiff of existential angst.

“Look at this,” Ron Jager, a strategic advisor to the Shomron District, enthusiastically exclaims.

They watch him, and a pall comes over them: until at last the mother exclaims that he makes her nervous, and leads the family off.

A lad on waking exclaims, “The window is covered with frost; I can go skating to-day.”

"You won't listen," exclaims Adolphe, who thinks that a long story will lull Caroline's suspicions.

"This is a white man's government," exclaims the solid south to-day, as in65 1860.

A little boy puts my thoughts into words when he exclaims, "How steady the ground is!"


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exclaims, such as: blurt, proclaim, assert, shout, utter, and yell.

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