Not that I'm going out of my way looking for bad press, but even the grumpiest rock critics haven't typed anything except exclamatory , flowery and glowing reviews of this magnificent pop six-piece.
Tossed into an online translation tool, the error message was deciphered into nothing more than exclamatory East Bloc internet garble: ‘Note!’
The viewer's voice is marked by almost disarming shifts in tone; his voice is at one moment exclamatory , at the next, subdued, and at the close of stanza fifteen, almost resigned.
‘Pendejo’ is a much-loved noun, which can also become adjectival, adverbial and exclamatory .
By the time he finished his exclamatory remark I was doubled over with laughter spilling out between my lips.
His vocalising tends to come in louder passages, like the brusque opening of the finale of Beethoven's F sharp major Sonata Op 78, and is more of an exclamatory or even explosive release.
No wonder the Italian poet Petrarch, who idolised women, could not read her letters without exclamatory annotations in the margins.
Playful punkety rocker Atom and His Package wrote in with exclamatory praise and a promise to send submissions of his own visual art.
Does the writer not understand that they have given us enough, without the need to underline their bizarre message with such an exclamatory flourish?
Opener ‘Feather By Feather’ ends with an exclamatory chorus, hinting that perhaps our hero's finally found the perfect match.