The interjection O and the pronoun I are always written in capital letters.
Nothing could be liker him than the interjection, as is most meet.
The interjection of the vocative is with some hiua, and with others me.
The interjection came as if it were the outcome of sudden passion.
Like the interjection, it is of a synthetic and elliptic nature; it groups all the expressions it unites as interjectives.
"Spy or agent," said the Chamberlain, little abashed at the interjection.
Huddup (hu-dup'), a New England interjection addressed to a horse meaning "Get along."
But the letter did at last get itself written, and there was not a note of interjection in it.
It is an interjection enforcing cessation of any action, like, be quiet, have done.
The shrug of her shoulders sufficiently completed the interjection.
early 15c., from Middle French interjection (Old French interjeccion, 13c.), from Latin interiectionem (nominative interiectio) "a throwing or placing between," noun of action from past participle stem of intericere, from inter- "between" (see inter-) + -icere, comb. form of iacere "to throw" (see jet (v.)).
A brief exclamation, often containing only one word: “Oh!” “Gee!” “Good grief!” “Ouch!”