exclamation

[ ek-skluh-mey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF exclamation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCLAMATION

That exclamation, of course, removed the supposition entirely.

There was no irreverence in the exclamation that broke from the girl's lips.

The exclamation came from the girl in a note of incredulous astonishment.

But while yet fifty yards distant, Kingozi stopped with an exclamation.

The exclamation was sincere: at this moment she thought as she spoke.

His exclamation was answered by a sound that seemed both of joy and grief.

She uttered an exclamation of delight and hurried towards us.

But as they drew near upon the address he drew back with an exclamation of amazement.

There was a nuance of profound bewilderment in her exclamation.

Mr. Galloway started up with an exclamation of surprise, mingled with anger.

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