Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of crying out.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of crying out.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun obsolete An exclamation; a crying-out or call.

Etymologies

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From Latin clamationem.

Examples

  • $5300 Seven Axiom S is a nice bike to write off your taxes for writing an article about your vacation Insert karate hands "douche-clamation point" here.

    Breaking the Duck: Coming to Terms with Cycling

  • I failed to take any photographs of the evening since I was too preoccupied with administering my hastily-prepared PowerPoint presentation, but here's a picture from the Rapha Cycle Club's Twitter which captures me in mid-"douche-clamation point:"

    BSNYC Friday Business Networking Seminar!

  • I use it not to be threatening, but more as a sort of "douche-clamation" point.

    Breaking the Duck: Coming to Terms with Cycling

  • Using math to prove an inane point is basically an intellectual "douche-clamation point."

    The High Road: Working Your Way Up

  • Skidding is the cycling equivalent of the "douche-clamation point."

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  • Insert karate hands "douche-clamation point" here.

    Breaking the Duck: Coming to Terms with Cycling

  • Skidding is the cycling equivalent of the "douche-clamation point."

    Bombs Away! Sweet Surrender

  • "The moon that shone in Paradise," was the ex - [Page] clamation of a very melancholy mind, which failed to recognise in the thought the hope it was calculated to convey, and which it has now been attempted to teach.

    Parables From Nature

  • Business makes for great reality TV because the process of building a company is inherently dramatic; it's full of excitement, suspense and occasional clamation.

    Forbes.com: News

  • [(Tomkins\222s ey) 29.4 (es had followed the direction of Sophia\222s on her first ex) -10.6 (clamation:)] TJ

    Rachel: a Tale

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