from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Constituting, containing, relating to, or using exclamation.
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- adj. resembling an exclamation.
- adj. Emphatic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Containing, expressing, or using exclamation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Using exclamation: as, an exclamatory speaker.
- Containing or expressing exclamation: as, an exclamatory phrase.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. sudden and strong
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On such occasions, he would throw back his head, shut his eyes and roar his wrath at his opponents in a most disquieting manner, and when he returned home, whether he had won or lost his fight, his paper would bristle for two or three weeks with rage, and his editorial page would be full of lurid articles written in short exclamatory sentences, pocked with italics, capital letters and black-faced lines.
Avoid using words, but an occasional one-word exclamatory e.g., Victory! is okay.
Everything he saw'the weeds, the broken glass, the clumps of bricks'seemed to stand forth with a kind of exclamatory force.
Thanks to this Photoshop job of a “real-life” Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtleby binome on Worth1000, I find my usually-indomitable vocabulary reduced to the most painful and trite of exclamatory internet cliches.
They pile on every Paulson story the O runs and start pumping out shrill, exclamatory, barking comments day and night.
And the exclamatory change in skin hue could help to alleviate the lack of super-power dazzle.
When he was given a turn a few minutes later, Jimmy White, seen-it-all-before doyen of the green baize, offered a rather less exclamatory: "Yeah, I think it's good."
Delta music's a lot closer to field hollers and other things, which are very exclamatory, and preacher styles too are, you know, different from region to region.
The complete lack of evidence aside, it is certain that no such exclamatory tone would have been used if the pilot were Lebanese.
These disasters are merely the exclamatory end points of this particular bloated empire.
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