exclaiming : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an abrupt excited utterance
there was much exclaiming over it
- v utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy
- v state or announce
- The crowd is rapt with attention, often bursting into laughter or exclaiming at the screens.
- A townsman came in from sunning himself on a roof, exclaiming that he had never seen anything like it, he had turned brown in no time at all.
- In the old fairy tale, a fretful fowl named Chicken Little gets bonked by an acorn, mistakes this minor incident for an astral calamity and frightens the neighbors by exclaiming .
News & Articles
- New Great Lake exhibit opens at Shedd Aquarium
Two-year-old Carson Bobek squealed, then recoiled as he plunged both hands into the icy water exclaiming — “Too far!” He gestured to a 4-foot, toothless black fish that slowly lumbered by and carefully stuck near the gravel-lined bottom of the 1,440 gallon tank Tuesday at the Shedd Aquarium’s newly revamped Great Lakes exhibit, “At Home on the Great Lakes.” A second, then a third fish, called ...
June 11, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
- Concerts, neon, sand and fireworks to cap off Riverfest
“We got the beat!” the River Festival is exclaiming as it heads into its final two days with a blow-out: the Go-Go’s playing a beach party (remember the tug-of-war? It’s back), a shot at a world record for the most people wearing sunglasses at night, a concert by Big Head Todd and the Monsters, a neon party with complimentary glow sticks, and the final fireworks to cap it all off.
June 6, 2013 - The Wichita Eagle
- Ottmar Hitzfeld in USA Today
Exclaiming with joy or complaining doesn't help,Hitzfeld said in South Africa last year. "Sometimes the supposedly weak groups turn out to be very difficult and the supposedly strong ones are easier to take control of."
- Roland Mesnier in RisMedia.com (press release)
She didn't think that was very presidential, especially with the staff watching what was going on,Mesnier says. "But President Reagan didn't care at all. He keeps scraping what was on his shirt and eating it and exclaiming that it was...
- Jugnu Mohsin in Indian Express
Sethi, the son of Najam Sethi and Jugnu Mohsin, the couple behind the political weekly The Friday Times, says one of his earliest memories is "of Zia...... actually, my Daadi exclaiming Zia mar gaya".