The other day, I received a red-hot email alert with an exclamation point next to the name of the sender.
A majority on the left will reply with a firm no—no, exclamation point—and that is part of the problem.
He even went so far as to punctuate the scoop with an exclamation point!
(the exclamation point is part of the title), and may be best known for singing and dancing in a handful of episodes of Glee.
The collection was an exclamation point on a fine career at this label, one that began when Simons arrived at Jil Sander in 2005.
The word in an exclamatory sentence which expresses strong emotion is followed by an exclamation point.
My four days in Philadelphia have just been one exclamation point after another!
I have set down an exclamation point to cover the possibility of such a thing.
Page 137, changed question mark to exclamation point after "If he could only forget that horrid girl!"
I know I've not honored you with so much as an exclamation point since my very first out-of-doors entry.
A punctuation mark (!) used after an abrupt and emphatic statement or after a command: “‘Help!’ he cried, as his boat floated toward the edge of Niagara Falls.”