exclamation


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Synonyms for exclamation

Synonyms for exclamation

a sudden, sharp utterance

Synonyms for exclamation

a loud complaint or protest or reproach

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an exclamatory rhetorical device

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Jessie returned certain odes of one Horatius Flaccus to the corner, and uttered an exclamation.
He wanted to know how the following words, as a dying exclamation, struck me:
Woodhouse's first exclamation, and all that he could say for some time.
As I came to myself (with the aid of a heavy thump between the shoulders, and the restorative exclamation "Yah
Nicolete broke through my sentence with a scornful exclamation.
And they were already smiling rather too broadly upon Sorelli, who had begun to recite her speech, when an exclamation from that little madcap of a Jammes broke the smile of the managers so brutally that the expression of distress and dismay that lay beneath it became apparent to all eyes:
These words were an exclamation of enthusiasm, elicited from the councillor on catching sight of a wall, the white towers of which glimmered in the distance through the brown masses of the tree trunks.
cried Passepartout, in his surprise permitting this imprudent exclamation to escape him.
Dancers, players, talkers, all uttered an exclamation of joy -- every one inhaled with delight the breeze that floated in.
He uttered an exclamation and turned toward his comrade.
This sensation lasts only a second, for even while you stagger something seems to turn over in your head, bringing uppermost the mental exclamation, full of astonishment and dismay, "By Jove
There was a muttered exclamation, and then a step as he came to my side.
She did not herself know how or why the exclamation escaped her when she covered her eyes.
The hard outlines of the contents brought an exclamation of surprise to his lips.
His face darkened and an angry exclamation broke from his lips.