He may be known for the Virgule, but the feeling of his new exhibition more closely resembles an exclamation mark.
After I threw in a couple more smiley faces and exclamation points, she did something I have never seen anyone do before.
He even went so far as to punctuate the scoop with an exclamation point!
I was concerned that having failed to grab my attention with exclamation points, they were escalating to threats.
(the exclamation point will be a must) as a blockbuster in the tradition of Annie Get Your Gun, Gypsy, and Funny Girl.
Here a surprise was ready for them, that drew an exclamation from each, the instant the sight broke upon him.
There was a babel of rejoicing and exclamation; but it was to Billy that the doctor had turned.
It seems oddly to affect him, calling forth an exclamation, which shows he is dissatisfied with the sound.
A suppressed groan accompanied the exclamation, and my heart ached for him.
Walter Espec uttered an exclamation of horror, and, without another word, sank back on his pillow.
late 14c., from Middle French exclamation, from Latin exclamationem (nominative exclamatio), noun of action from past participle stem of exclamare "cry out loud" (see exclaim).
The punctuation symbol known as the exclamation point (1824) or exclamation mark (1926) was earliest called an exclamation note or note of exclamation (1650s), earlier note of admiration (1610s). Another name for it was shriek-mark (1864).