Examples of exclamation in a Sentence
Her unexpected announcement caused a few exclamations of surprise.
the good news was greeted with a chorus of joyous exclamations
Recent Examples of exclamation from the Web
A lopsided loss at Houston, a stunning upset at home by Kentucky and a listless bowl defeat against LSU raised question marks about Jackson where previously stood only exclamation points.
Kyrgios managed to hold to score the upset victory and put an exclamation point on the match by acing Nadal on match point.
Bogan utilized multiple underlinings, curse words and exclamation points in the filings.
The turbo version of this car is officially known as the Soul! — with the exclamation point.
The comment cards on this one had a lot of exclamation points: creamy! tart! amazing!
Tori Bowie leaned over the line for her 100-meter victory, then stumbled and crashed down to the track to put the exclamation point on the second consecutive sprint shock of the meet.
That, says Ludwig, explains the title’s exclamation point.
To avoid blasphemy, exclamations of ‘God!’ and ‘Jesu!’ were replaced with ‘
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First Known Use of exclamation
EXCLAMATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exclamation for English Language Learners
: a sharp or sudden cry : a word, phrase, or sound that expresses a strong emotion
EXCLAMATION Defined for Kids
Definition of exclamation for Students
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