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
Even as fans blurted out their own congratulatory exclamations, the pit crew remained somewhat subdued.
The sorrow of his passing mingles with the desire for a New New Journalism that can some how channel the exclamation-point beauty — ZAP!!– of Wolfe’s glorious prose into the not-so-cynical poetry of a better America.
Both offered a similarly sweet and tart jolt that acted as an exclamation mark to start the parade of 12 or more dishes ($335, service included).
That’s a lot worse — and well deserving of an exclamation mark.
But Trump’s simple exclamation belies the complex divisions and revelations within the decision.
Backed by the Detroit Children's Choir, Big Sean put an optimistic musical exclamation mark on a forward-looking day.
The two had heard the movie contained a vulgar exclamation that was not often heard in films at the time.
See you in the winner's circle: For Power, the win was a perfect exclamation mark on a nearly perfect month of May. Power dominated the week of practice ahead of the IndyCar Grand Prix, won the pole and won the race.
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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
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