A sudden cry or remark, esp. expressing surprise, anger, or pain
Meg gave an involuntary exclamation
an exclamation of amazement
an abrupt excited utterance; "she gave an exclamation of delight"; "there was much exclaiming over it"
a loud complaint or protest or reproach
ecphonesis: an exclamatory rhetorical device; "O tempore! O mores"
(exclamatory) emphatic: sudden and strong; "an emphatic no"
A loud calling or crying out; outcry; loud or emphatic utterance; vehement vociferation; clamor; that which is cried out, as an expression of feeling; sudden expression of sound or words indicative of emotion, as in surprise, pain, grief, joy, anger, etc; A word expressing outcry; an ...
(Exclamations) et élévations. Under these two headings may be grouped the epithalamia or lover’s complaints which Marie wrote “to dissipate the fervour of the spirit. ...
(Exclamations) Sometimes we see something that makes us stunned or we want a way to grab people's attention as in an end to a post or a title for a post. Here is a fun way to make an exclamtion in French:
(exclamatory) A sentence that makes a vehement statement or conveys strong or sudden emotion.
a prayer said aloud by a priest or bishop, which in most instances is the conclusion of a longer prayer said in a softer voice; one of the forms of ekphonesis.
Eg δευρο without a verb for "come here!"; can be grouped along with interjections (οιμοι alas) and asseverations (ναι yes) and can stand as complete sentences.