exclamation point

NOUN
  1. a punctuation mark (!) used after an exclamation
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How To Use exclamation point In A Sentence

  • It was easy to imagine legions of Internet-era Andrew Marvells staying up late in fluorescent-lit cubicles appending metaphysical exclamation points to celebrity photo captions that would rocket readers ever closer to the celestial objects of their desire: Shooting Britney
  • A larger magazine asked me to stylize my writing more; add more descriptives; use more dashes and exclamation points. Wordflab Surgery: How to Put Your Writing Under the Knife | Write to Done
  • The only way to battle it is to put more exclamation points! Times, Sunday Times
  • Oscar, as the WBO champion, would put an exclamation point on his career if he were able to add the other three belts to his laurels.
  • A film with music every five minutes is like a novel with ten exclamation points on every page - yet we, who would be embarrassed by a surfeit of exclamations, accept such musical slop unblinkingly.
  • Be careful about your use of punctuation, particularly exclamation points.
  • Doubt is a question mark; faith is an exclamation point. The most compelling, believable, realistic stories have included them both. Criss Jami 
  • It announces a death penalty of guilt on our heads without lifting an exclamation point to give us assistance. Christianity Today
  • This song of himself is filled with exclamation points and pat truisms, however.
  • She thought in exclamation points. Anne of Green Gables
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