Origin of exclamatory
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Examples from the Web for exclamatory
His features are friendly and exaggerated—the gap between his two front teeth, the exclamatory eyebrows.Oliver Stone on the Tyranny of Obama’s ‘Exceptional’ America
October 17, 2013
And so, I am preparing myself to stand the shock of his exclamatory reply.Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)
Winnie S. was loaded to the guards with exclamatory explanations.Thankful's Inheritance
Joseph C. Lincoln
I quite excited Monsieur Voisin by my exclamatory entrance.'Against Odds
Lawrence L. Lynch
At the end of every sentence unless interrogative or exclamatory.
Exclamatory Sentence—A sentence which utters an exclamation.
- using, containing, or relating to exclamations
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Word Origin and History for exclamatory
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