Definition of 'exclamation'
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He pressed his hand upon the mattress and uttered an exclamation. A Little Princess (1905)The only way to battle it is to put more exclamation points! Times, Sunday Times (2006)It announces a death penalty of guilt on our heads without lifting an exclamation point to give us assistance. Christianity Today (2000)She heard a troubled exclamation of wonder, and then a call for herself. Emily Fox-Seton (1901)She thought in exclamation points. Anne of Green Gables (1872)Maybe I feel like putting exclamation points! Times, Sunday Times (2006)When overused, the exclamation point loses its impact '. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She's been turning ATP against my exclamation points! Times, Sunday Times (2006)In places where I would be steady, she would add an exclamation point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Used Occasionally. exclamation is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'exclamation'
British English: exclamation NOUN
An exclamation is a sound, word, or sentence that is spoken suddenly, loudly, or emphatically and that expresses excitement, admiration, shock, or anger.
She gave an exclamation as we got a clear sight of the house.
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