exclamationnoun [C]uk us /ˌek.skləˈmeɪ.ʃən/
- We all jumped up from our seats, with exclamations of surprise.
- The man gave an exclamation and clasped both hands to his chest.
- We heard exclamations of rage and frustration coming from the other room as he struggled to fix the problem.
- In Enid Blyton books, the children are always uttering excited exclamations, especially about food!
- With an exclamation of disgust, she drew back and covered her face.