Adjective(1) sudden and strong
(1) Valery conveys a sense of the viewer's charged state and the imminent darkness in his exclamatory tones, alternating lines with choppy rhythms with those that hurtle towards their close.(2) Coincidentally, I noticed one of those exclamatory weekly magazines on the news-stand.(3) Indeed, the waters - and the menus - are full of fish with exclamatory names like wahoo and mahi-mahi.(4) She was also talking so quickly that all of her words slurred together into this large mass of exclamatory and paranoiac volumes, which took me a while to reconfigure into the actual English language.(5) The viewer's voice is marked by almost disarming shifts in tone; his voice is at one moment exclamatory , at the next, subdued, and at the close of stanza fifteen, almost resigned.(6) Each piece of correspondence reads like a love letter, breathless and exclamatory .(7) No wonder the Italian poet Petrarch, who idolised women, could not read her letters without exclamatory annotations in the margins.(8) Playful punkety rocker Atom and His Package wrote in with exclamatory praise and a promise to send submissions of his own visual art.(9) ├ö├ç├┐I love my bed,├ö├ç├û confirms Greta, with an exclamatory bounce.(10) His vocalising tends to come in louder passages, like the brusque opening of the finale of Beethoven's F sharp major Sonata Op 78, and is more of an exclamatory or even explosive release.(11) Opener ├ö├ç├┐Feather By Feather├ö├ç├û ends with an exclamatory chorus, hinting that perhaps our hero's finally found the perfect match.(12) By the time he finished his exclamatory remark I was doubled over with laughter spilling out between my lips.(13) Tossed into an online translation tool, the error message was deciphered into nothing more than exclamatory East Bloc internet garble: ├ö├ç├┐Note!├ö├ç├û(14) Yet another suggestion is that the book should be called ├ö├ç├┐The Testimony of Solomon,├ö├ç├û capturing the possible legal and religious connotations of assembly, but this seems excessively formal for the author's exclamatory and spiky style.(15) Does the writer not understand that they have given us enough, without the need to underline their bizarre message with such an exclamatory flourish?(16) ├ö├ç├┐Pendejo├ö├ç├û is a much-loved noun, which can also become adjectival, adverbial and exclamatory .
(1) exclamatory sentence :: dedfryd exclamatory
1. emphatic ::
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