exclaiming

Definitions

  • "We're gaining a little all the time, fellows!" exclaimed Elmer
    "We're gaining a little all the time, fellows!" exclaimed Elmer
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n exclaiming an abrupt excited utterance "she gave an exclamation of delight","there was much exclaiming over it"
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Quotations

  • Henry Fielding
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    “When widows exclaim loudly against second marriages, I would always lay a wager that the man, if not the wedding day, is absolutely fixed on.”

Usage

In literature:

The Prince exclaimed in French, as he felt the wound, 'O my God, have mercy upon my soul!
"A Wanderer in Holland" by E. V. Lucas
A Frenchman would have put his hand on his heart and exclaimed: 'I die for France and humanity.
"Tell England" by Ernest Raymond
He experienced none of the fears against which Ludowika had exclaimed.
"The Three Black Pennys" by Joseph Hergesheimer
As he approached, both arose and with extended hands exclaimed most cordially, 'Good evening, Mr.
"The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 1 of 2)" by Ida Husted Harper
But this time it was not in vain; a white speck was seen in the distance: both exclaimed, 'A sail!
"Narratives of Shipwrecks of the Royal Navy; between 1793 and 1849" by William O. S. Gilly
That's smart, I must say,' she exclaimed.
"Tracy Park" by Mary Jane Holmes
As they passed the "Winged Victory" the little boy exclaimed: "Huh!
"More Toasts"
Affectionate unto one another, they all repeatedly exclaimed, 'What is our joy today, O what joy!
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
And did you see brother Paul, exclaimed Philemon?
"A Review of Uncle Tom's Cabin" by A. Woodward
Hastily he exclaimed at the sum of their troubles, hastily blessed them, and hastily departed.
"The City of Delight" by Elizabeth Miller
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In poetry:

"Mary!" She listened to her name
Uttered by Christ, her risen Lord.
"Master?" her trembling lips exclaim,
Then wondered, worshipped, and adored.
"Ministering Women" by Nancy Rebecca Campbell Glass
"Tell me my history!" would exclaim she;
"OUR history," she said mournfully.
"But YOU know, surely, Ma'am?" they would answer,
Much in perplexity.
"A Woman's Fancy" by Thomas Hardy
'Twas when the leaves were yellow turn'd,
Selina, with the gentlest sigh,
Exclaim'd, "For you I long have burn'd,
For you alone, my love! I'll die."
"Lines To Selina" by Sir John Carr
“It hurts not!” dying cried the Roman wife;
And one by one
The leaders in the strife
Fall on the blade of failure and exclaim:
“The day is won!”
"Non Dolet!" by Edith Wharton
"Behold him here to snatch thee hence,
And give thee to thy father's sight."
"How! silent still?" Montrose exclaimed;
"Why thus thy lover's soul affright?"
"Julia, or the Convent of St. Claire" by Amelia Opie
Still, still, without ceasing,
I feel it increasing,
This fervour of holy desire;
And often exclaim,
Let me die in the flame
Of a love that can never expire!
"Simple Trust" by William Cowper

In news:

Someone will see me writing out a check or note and exclaim, "You're a lefty.".
Icicles you may look at them and exclaim about their length, but have you truly observed them closely?Today, as I sat peering out the window at Nature's handiwork, I became aware that icicles have characteristics resembling people.
"I LOVE reading novels," Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz exclaims in Neal Stephenson's new novel.
"If you acted like that guy," I exclaimed to husband Ray, "you'd be dead, and I'd be in jail.
She exclaimed in three-exclamation-point horror, staring in disbelief at the tank.
In fact, I have heard more than one passerby exclaim that it must be closed.
Then she exclaimed, "We're in our 60s, too old to change a tire.".
Exclaimed a breathless announcer at last year's Academy Awards show.
"Look at that dress," I exclaimed as she sashayed across the stage, feet hidden beneath its many ru­­ffles.
Right after impact, he exclaimed, "That is sooo rude.".
Post editors exclaimed after hearing of Justin Leonard's partnership with Beringer.
Exclaimed Cosmo girl Zooey Deschanel's Jess on this week's New Girl.
"I'll show you a position," Moe exclaims, quickly jabbing his finger in Larry 's eye.
One student exclaimed, looking at the ships.
STEPPING out of a station taxi onto the cobblestones of La Rochelle's Vieux Port, we want to exclaim, like the gushing American tourist in the film "Summertime" arriving in the Piazza San Marco, "Don't change a thing".
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In science:

Indeed, he rose in ire to exclaim: I am glad that the referee system is working! He then stuck to a bad numerical question.
Optical and X-ray Afterglows in the Cannonball Model of GRBs
When the man came home and told his wife what he had promised the King, she exclaimed in anguish: “But you’ll never be able to make the King’s horse fly!”. “Well,” said the man, “I know that, and you know that, but in the meantime many things can happen.
Experimental Quantum Computation with Nuclear Spins in Liquid Solution
Let us here quote that Goethe had properly used such a word in his Faust, verse 292, where Mephistopheles referring to mankind exclaims: <>! By considering quarks to be the real carriers of the strong charge (cf.
Multi-verses, Micro-universes and Elementary Particles (Hadrons)
Hier ist wahrhaftig ein Loch im Himmel!” or “Here is truly a hole in the heavens!”, William Herschel was heard by his sister Caroline to exclaim in 1784 when he pointed his telescope towards the constellation Scorpius and viewed the dark nebulae in Ophiuchus (Houghton 1942).
Cold Dark Clouds: The Initial Conditions for Star Formation
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