Exclamation may refer to:

  • Exclamation mark, the punctuation mark "!"
  • Exclamation, an emphatic sentence
  • Exclamation, an emphatic interjection
  • Exclamation, a statement against penal interest in criminal law in United State.
  • Exclamation, a fragrance by Coty, Inc.

Other articles related to "exclamation":

Candle Jack - Controversy With Mike Allred's Madman
... traits, and, according to Allred, wear similar costumes, both featuring a chest emblem of an exclamation mark (though Freakazoid's logo adds his initial F before ... So who am I to complain (the exclamation mark on the chest still kinda urks me a little though ...
Holy Cow (expression)
... "Holy cow!" (and similar) is an exclamation of surprise used mostly in American and Canadian English ... It is also the common oath and popular exclamation put into the mouths of teenagers by many screenwriters, and, is universally heard on radio, television, and in the movies ... and adds, "The prefix 'holy' to any exclamation was particularly the province of Batman and Robin, characters created by Bob Kane and featured in best-selling comic books ...
Exclamation Mark
... The exclamation mark, or exclamation point, is a punctuation mark usually used after an interjection or exclamation to indicate strong feelings or high volume (shouting), and often marks the end of ... The character is encoded in Unicode as U+0021 ! exclamation point (HTML #33) ...
Slovene Punctuation - Exclamation Mark
... An exclamation mark (!) is a left-leaning punctuation mark ... mu vendar, naj pride domov! (Tell him to come home! – the exclamation mark is likely bound to 'come home', however, and not 'tell') Zrecitiraj Kons V! (Recite Kons V!) (But "Zrecitiraj ... One may use the combination !! (or even more exclamation marks) to express further exclamatory mood ...
Japanese Punctuation - Other Punctuation Marks in Common Use - Exclamation Mark
... Main Japanese article 感嘆符 ! The exclamation point or mark (感嘆符, kantanfu?) is usually used after an interjection or exclamation to indicate strong feelings or high volume ... A sentence ending in an exclamation mark is either an actual exclamation ("Wow!", "Boo!"), a command ("Stop!"), or is intended to be astonishing in some way ("They were the footprints of a ... While there is no exclamation point in formal Japanese, it is very commonly used, especially in casual writing, fiction and manga ...

Famous quotes containing the word exclamation:

    A kiss can be a comma, a question mark or an exclamation point. That’s basic spelling that every woman ought to know.
    Mistinguett (1874–1956)