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Pronunciation:

[ɛksklɐmˈe͡ɪʃənz], [ɛksklɐmˈe‍ɪʃənz], [ɛ_k_s_k_l_ɐ_m_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z]
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Synonyms for Exclamations:

voices (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Exclamations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. sensations, frustrations, mutations, relations, ovations, rotations, gyrations, citations, donations, durations, notations, vocations, privations, quotations, temptations, dalmatians, locations, vibrations, creations, translations, formations;
  3. destinations, compensations, condemnations, alterations, publications, restorations, complications, computations, celebrations, allegations, expectations, fabrications, inclinations, preparations, emanations, presentations, duplications, occupations, applications, degradations, medications, resignations, graduations, consecrations, affirmations, irritations, declarations, terminations, invitations, congregations, deprivations, connotations, expirations, variations, explorations, correlations, desecrations, violations, combinations, cancellations, adaptations, calculations, observations, corporations, recitations, confirmations, meditations, appalachians, federations, reputations, decorations, imitations, transformations, revelations, ministrations, circulations, speculations, appellations, indications, fluctuations, stipulations, allocations, implications, designations, proclamations, conjugations, limitations, generations, concentrations, explanations, valuations, conversations, incarnations, accusations, confrontations, demonstrations, operations, litigations, separations, illustrations, situations, aspirations, simulations, reservations, formulations, deviations, delegations, amputations, consultations, altercations, aberrations, inspirations, elevations, motivations, obligations, oscillations, estimations, machinations, populations;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Quotes for Exclamations:

  1. It's a treat to portray a complex character. Besides... where else could I find a job where emotional outbursts and odd exclamations like 'Egad!', 'Narf!', 'Poit!', 'Splonk!' and 'Zort!' are allowed? Rob Paulsen.

Adjectives for Exclamations:

  • oceasional,
  • hilarious rhetorical,
  • all-purpose medieval,
  • aguttural,
  • hushed, gleeful,
  • incoherent and profane,
  • suddenly guttural,
  • hoarse, vile,
  • various supportive,
  • loud and indelicate,
  • sqveral,
  • common provencal,
  • sharp but joyful,
  • impassioned rhetorical,
  • vocal chinese,
  • less reverential,
  • perhaps less reverential,
  • quick, inaudible,
  • low, rebellious,
  • respectful and almost profane,
  • glad, incoherent,
  • short, incoherent,
  • vehement but incoherent,
  • bloody, impersonal,
  • now vocal,
  • small gaelic,
  • enough foul,
  • occasional erudite,
  • pitiful and indignant,
  • slow guttural,
  • many anticipatory,
  • gently civil,
  • small compassionate,
  • subsequent angry,
  • savage, incoherent,
  • utter various,
  • simultaneous sharp,
  • low, involuntary,
  • certain muffled,
  • numerous childish,
  • quick contemptuous,
  • sturdy, outspoken,
  • absolutely horizontal,
  • mighty teutonic,
  • sharp, nasal,
  • loud and energetic,
  • many muffled,
  • oblique brown,
  • distant, plaintive,
  • fierce, guttural,
  • low glad,
  • coarse, guttural,
  • near-unanimous,
  • short, guttural,
  • occasional polite,
  • emphatic black,
  • utter incoherent,
  • sudden, hysterical,
  • big, dramatic,
  • loud, vulgar,
  • glad, grateful,
  • sudden indignant,
  • such laudatory,
  • rough, guttural,
  • stormy, passionate,
  • almost profane,
  • fuzzy orange,
  • strange loud,
  • last shrill,
  • sudden, nervous,
  • vigorous german,
  • small muffled,
  • sudden unaccountable,
  • short and quick,
  • tiny silvery,
  • low and plaintive,
  • many pitiful,
  • single explosive,
  • loud and joyful,
  • loud and sudden,
  • unmistakably human,
  • last angry,
  • loud angry,
  • sudden, angry,
  • occasional muffled,
  • own sincere,
  • odd-sounding,
  • small feminine,
  • deep and fervent,
  • less quiet,
  • little plaintive,
  • few graceful,
  • gestural,
  • somewhat abrupt,
  • own cheerful,
  • triumphant little,
  • strong double,
  • soft feminine,
  • little pathetic,
  • purely instinctive,
  • such triumphant,
  • own eager,
  • occasional low,
  • perfect black,
  • curved black,
  • other traditional,
  • occasional sharp,
  • particularly loud,
  • little helpless,
  • many low,
  • good heavy,
  • comedic,
  • revelatory,
  • long, drawn-out,
  • more ridiculous,
  • sudden little,
  • often-repeated,
  • long, weary,
  • such vulgar,
  • such frequent,
  • self-pitying,
  • more passionate,
  • other spanish,
  • little mental,
  • mirthless,
  • accusatory,
  • more fervent,
  • more vehement,
  • few strong,
  • sharp, quick,
  • such occasional,
  • own bitter,
  • rather singular,
  • few low,
  • sudden fierce,
  • little nervous,
  • somewhat singular,
  • ear-piercing,
  • hyperbolical,
  • good, old-fashioned,
  • unpoetical,
  • general-purpose,
  • little sharp,
  • more vulgar,
  • barely audible,
  • eager little,
  • other animal,
  • almost savage,
  • wild little,
  • papistical,
  • more deliberate,
  • cannibalistic,
  • little soft,
  • many individual,
  • half-completed,
  • many wild,
  • discourteous,
  • coincident,
  • little wild,
  • many french,
  • thick, heavy,
  • idiomatic,
  • unsentimental,
  • big, black,
  • impolite,
  • good natured,
  • last desperate,
  • fierce little,
  • well-managed,
  • unmusical,
  • few short,
  • sheepish,
  • acrimonious,
  • darwinian,
  • elated,
  • ill-mannered,
  • such dreadful,
  • big yellow,
  • open-mouthed,
  • self-confident,
  • uninspired,
  • nerveless,
  • vigorous current,
  • several self-confident,
  • mildly profane,
  • pious or blasphemous,
  • sharp but good-natured,
  • once sorrowful,
  • sudden and apparently remarkable,
  • gay, high-pitched,
  • enigmatic, emphatic,
  • unnecessary, hysterical,
  • strong but natural,
  • frequent querulous,
  • utter joyous,
  • vehement, grandiose,
  • fatuous, affectionate,
  • highly comprehensive,
  • occasional and vivid,
  • uncommonly vulgar,
  • fond or despairing,
  • impatient and distressed,
  • spontaneous western,
  • less impolite,
  • impassioned and incoherent,
  • terribly ironical,
  • vociferous but wholly unintelligible,
  • invariable feminine,
  • scornful and fearless,
  • coarse and passionate,
  • impatient and rude,
  • loud and sullen,
  • hardly hyperbolical,
  • incoherent and impassioned,
  • pitiful, thrilling,
  • uncouth and characteristic,
  • glad, breathless,
  • mad and thoughtless,
  • loud and ecstatic,
  • innocently complacent,
  • quite uninspired,
  • pregnant, comprehensive,
  • fragmentary, angry,
  • utter sudden,
  • vehement incoherent,
  • angry and maudlin,
  • usual and expressive,
  • various guttural,
  • perfectly sincere and devout,
  • tremendously emphatic,
  • simultaneous, involuntary,
  • unaffected, unpoetical,
  • coherent but very natural,
  • gleeful and triumphant,
  • characteristic and startling,
  • geological and classical,
  • penetratingly anxious,
  • sonorously joyous,
  • utter fresh,
  • soon shrill,
  • less, utter,
  • utter cheery,
  • sundry appreciative,
  • drastic, disgusting and obscene,
  • immediate and incoherent,
  • abrupt, energetic,
  • breathless, general,
  • startling and cannibalistic,
  • somewhat startling and cannibalistic,
  • reckless and incautious,
  • inarticulate and fragmentary,
  • fond and fruitless,
  • turkish common,
  • odd unintelligible,
  • compassionate but indignant,
  • fresh unintelligible,
  • sullen or furious,
  • various more,
  • emphatically masculine,
  • hasty guttural,
  • picturesque and profane,
  • incoherent and vague,
  • pathetic and also prophetic,
  • farther absurd,
  • once contemptuous,
  • little unanimous,
  • animated or passionate,
  • giddy female,
  • own, involuntary,
  • slender, scarlet,
  • sudden and senseless,
  • uniformly unpleasant,
  • loud and involuntary,
  • fierce and drunken,
  • fiercely contemptuous,
  • loud and characteristic,
  • exciting triumphant,
  • incoherent but violent,
  • sudden and ungovernable,
  • loud celtic,
  • soft, abrupt,
  • nasal, twangy,
  • constantly utter,
  • utter joyful,
  • mere troubled,
  • strong idiomatic,
  • sudden, incoherent,
  • utter passionate,
  • piteous and passionate,
  • brief and involuntary,
  • sudden, muffled,
  • hasty and scornful,
  • utter profane,
  • cheerful resolute,
  • pious and profane,
  • disgusting and obscene,
  • abrupt and disconcerting,
  • forth tragic,
  • pious or profane,
  • involuntary and simultaneous,
  • emotional or impassioned,
  • strange triumphant,
  • frequent and unrestrained,
  • instantaneous and instinctive,
  • strange and enigmatical,
  • virtually automatic,
  • frequent feminine,
  • sundry rough,
  • other piteous,
  • low pained,
  • grand and thrilling,
  • other continual,
  • lovely low,
  • calm, loud,
  • softly muffled,
  • loud and horrid,
  • little, jerky,
  • mutual and simultaneous,
  • presently loud,
  • appropriate and inappropriate,
  • somewhat sonorous,
  • loud and virulent,
  • utter sharp,
  • low, joyful,
  • slight hasty,
  • impatient angry,
  • occasional audible,
  • swift, impatient,
  • colloquial,
  • other ecstatic,
  • loud, frank,
  • politely enthusiastic,
  • evidently angry,
  • single affirmative,
  • low gutteral,
  • quiet, reverent,
  • hasty and rapid,
  • loud nervous,
  • quick guttural,
  • utter short,
  • also prophetic,
  • many cryptic,
  • many ecstatic,
  • angry and foolish,
  • forth fervent,
  • fierce guttural,
  • sympathetic and interested,
  • similarly primitive,
  • feeble, tremulous,
  • usual insincere,
  • usual guttural,
  • shrill and peculiar,
  • sharp involuntary,
  • ludicrously pathetic,
  • loud german,
  • loud, profane,
  • same vexatious,
  • short involuntary,
  • indignant and sorrowful,
  • many audible,
  • brilliant and patriotic,
  • slight sharp,
  • forth continual,
  • hand-signal,
  • many and vehement,
  • apparently remarkable,
  • loud and tumultuous,
  • low but vehement,
  • low, joyous,
  • hasty, passionate,
  • curt, angry,
  • low, fervent,
  • long, involuntary,
  • strangely tense,
  • bitter, miserable,
  • low, reverent,
  • full irish,
  • furiously angry,
  • sharp, indignant,
  • faint nervous,
  • violent and angry,
  • loud guttural,
  • utter wild,
  • queer guttural,
  • half-murmured,
  • sharp, muffled,
  • coarse and rude,
  • various extravagant,
  • spanish double,
  • somewhat vehement,
  • other vehement,
  • frequent and loud,
  • less profane,
  • low, triumphant,
  • rather inappropriate,
  • low, abrupt,
  • wild italian,
  • often meaningless,
  • involuntary mental,
  • sudden, low,
  • loud and enthusiastic,
  • wholly unintelligible,
  • more heart-rending,
  • sudden, rapid,
  • other idiotic,
  • short single,
  • abrupt and startling,
  • low sibilant,
  • apparently unanswerable,
  • little guttural,
  • harsh, fierce,
  • sudden hoarse,
  • sharp deep,
  • own complacent,
  • wild and terrific,
  • more incoherent,
  • various polite,
  • essentially meaningless,
  • merely poetical,
  • eager, enthusiastic,
  • rather emphatic,
  • few involuntary,
  • harsh and angry,
  • little spontaneous,
  • thin, distant,
  • such infrequent,
  • single passionate,
  • few eloquent,
  • little hoarse,
  • suddenly loud,
  • little contemptuous,
  • brief but expressive,
  • several impatient,
  • quaint and characteristic,
  • angry and contemptuous,
  • loud and frequent,
  • short, tense,
  • loud, joyous,
  • little joyful,
  • loud, rasping,
  • forth sundry,
  • vague and incoherent,
  • vehement and passionate,
  • many impatient,
  • short, sudden,
  • less reverent,
  • quite involuntary,
  • sincere and devout,
  • sudden, involuntary,
  • little satirical,
  • somewhat ungracious,
  • low, thrilling,
  • other boyish,
  • obviously sincere,
  • little muffled,
  • almost triumphant,
  • old hearty,
  • sudden breathless,
  • short and hasty,
  • sharp and angry,
  • usual loud,
  • wild and joyous,
  • certain brutal,
  • slight involuntary,
  • still weaker,
  • few dramatic,
  • various characteristic,
  • few indistinct,
  • equally elegant,
  • low, fierce,
  • low, sharp,
  • mere innocent,
  • almost joyous,
  • somewhat indignant,
  • few energetic,
  • few muffled,
  • well feigned,
  • many hearty,
  • fierce and furious,
  • sharp sudden,
  • simple and common,
  • little joyous,
  • little breathless,
  • several angry,
  • joyful little,
  • few noisy,
  • little shrill,
  • fond little,
  • wild and frantic,
  • short, low,
  • almost pitiful,
  • many sorrowful,
  • sudden and fierce,
  • little weary,
  • little mischievous,
  • rather funny,
  • many pathetic,
  • almost happy,
  • such childlike,
  • short, fierce,
  • many drunken,
  • own involuntary,
  • certain short,
  • loud and long,
  • essentially feminine,
  • few angry,
  • low, guttural,
  • loud, sharp,
  • sacred and profane,
  • few discreet,
  • loud, angry,
  • rather solemn,
  • quick, angry,
  • same ridiculous,
  • breathless little,
  • impulsive little,
  • little bitter,
  • many gentle,
  • usual feminine,
  • somewhat extravagant,
  • more vague,
  • constant little,
  • long and loud,
  • much louder,
  • many solemn,
  • twangy,
  • fierce and bitter,
  • sudden quick,
  • natural and spontaneous,
  • single wild,
  • such contradictory,
  • many fat,
  • several loud,
  • plaintive little,
  • panegyrical,
  • short and sharp,
  • such joyous,
  • perfectly sincere,
  • such senseless,
  • last brief,
  • few hasty,
  • forth fresh,
  • such ferocious,
  • hard, bitter,
  • proper and natural,
  • such flattering,
  • long unused,
  • such commonplace,
  • sharp and sudden,
  • similiar,
  • few spanish,
  • almost audible,
  • sharp, short,
  • little musical,
  • other horrible,
  • rather violent,
  • little childish,
  • more similar,
  • inapt,
  • almost visible,
  • long, loud,
  • almost breathless,
  • muffled and pained,
  • appallingly appropriate,
  • frequent and indecent,
  • imaginary or sentimental,
  • thrilling, joyful,
  • peculiarly merry,
  • windy and common,
  • unexpected and piteous,
  • incoherent and brief,
  • passionate and frantic,
  • harshly angry,
  • sundry incoherent,
  • occasional appreciative,
  • brief sudden,
  • brief characteristic,
  • immediately various,
  • occasional indignant,
  • several guttural,
  • usual expressive,
  • common elizabethan,
  • suddenly low,
  • great and magical,
  • usual effusive,
  • brief and abrupt,
  • occasional guttural,
  • single joyous,
  • various brief,
  • sudden, uncharacteristic,
  • loud and eager,
  • low, sympathetic,
  • strange and incoherent,
  • low, pained,
  • few joyful,
  • sudden joyous,
  • faint, nervous,
  • soft guttural,
  • wild, ecstatic,
  • loud, sudden,
  • many abrupt,
  • wild incoherent,
  • sharp, low,
  • utter loud,
  • deeply pathetic,
  • many feeble,
  • single, quick,
  • ecstatic little,
  • own unlucky,
  • sudden uncontrollable,
  • simple girlish,
  • sudden short,
  • same breathless,
  • wild, incoherent,
  • short, savage,
  • low, sad,
  • strange, uncouth,
  • deep, low,
  • sudden passionate,
  • little angry,
  • many vain,
  • scarcely audible,
  • other pious,
  • little quick,
  • interjectional,
  • such continual,
  • many pious,
  • old tribal,
  • almost simultaneous,
  • aghast,
  • somewhat startling,
  • several sharp,
  • short, quick,
  • parenthetical,
  • angry little,
  • more characteristic,
  • wholly unexpected,
  • almost inaudible,
  • waspish,
  • many happy,
  • deprecatory,
  • various little,
  • more sensible,
  • captious,
  • effusive,
  • peppery,
  • well-deserved,
  • saddened,
  • unchecked,
  • stentorian,
  • congratulatory,
  • much stronger,
  • bawdy,
  • remorseful,
  • enigmatical,
  • intolerant,
  • explanatory,
  • seditious,
  • rasping,
  • deal more,
  • querulous,
  • boastful,
  • loud but well-bred,
  • rather loud but well-bred,
  • impassioned and boastful,
  • sharp or guttural,
  • universal small,
  • final unwelcome,
  • daily bitter,
  • loud and unintelligible,
  • passionate incoherent,
  • deep gutteral,
  • loud and harmonious,
  • hoarse, tremulous,
  • short, involuntary,
  • loud, incoherent,
  • last harrowing,
  • other, small,
  • next mental,
  • sharp, pained,
  • sudden muffled,
  • somewhat profane,
  • low, eager,
  • hoarse guttural,
  • usual introductory,
  • little inarticulate,
  • simple musical,
  • hardly audible,
  • many joyful,
  • little pitiful,
  • low, quick,
  • many passionate,
  • hitherto unexplained,
  • sudden explosive,
  • quick, fierce,
  • little girlish,
  • strange and uncouth,
  • louder and louder,
  • sharp, sudden,
  • glad little,
  • sharp, angry,
  • sudden and startling,
  • occasional little,
  • one-word,
  • dry little,
  • distant tactile,
  • creative but anatomically impossible,
  • ordinary pithy,
  • kindly sad,
  • frenzied and incoherent,
  • low but general,
  • cynical, contemptuous,
  • short and incoherent,
  • sincere and passionate,
  • short guttural,
  • anatomically impossible,
  • usual brief,
  • many affectionate,
  • same frantic,
  • few incoherent,
  • deep, guttural,
  • many loud,
  • many extravagant,
  • several violent,
  • loud and angry,
  • laudatory,
  • testy,
  • tactile,
  • tragical,
  • rueful,
  • concerted,
  • resentful,
  • meditative,
  • restorative,
  • more distinct,
  • soft little,
  • heart-rending,
  • high-toned,
  • oft-repeated,
  • affirmative,
  • tibetan,
  • tell-tale,
  • loud and intrepid,
  • derogatory or cynical,
  • involuntary and natural,
  • various incoherent,
  • abrupt and involuntary,
  • other incoherent,
  • sharp impatient,
  • forth sudden,
  • sharp, involuntary,
  • rather loud,
  • undiplomatic,
  • more angry,
  • quick, sharp,
  • unuttered,
  • low-pitched,
  • quick little,
  • impatient little,
  • sudden loud,
  • non-committal,
  • breathy,
  • more appropriate,
  • unconnected,
  • disdainful,
  • curt,
  • gruff,
  • other similar,
  • high-pitched,
  • doleful,
  • throaty,
  • hackneyed,
  • reverent,
  • forceful,
  • fragmentary,
  • fruitless,
  • insulting,
  • tumultuous,
  • hackneyed but energetic,
  • customary and forceful,
  • gallant and flattering,
  • huge smoky,
  • sudden and vehement,
  • little impatient,
  • low guttural,
  • little involuntary,
  • loud, savage,
  • sudden low,
  • deep guttural,
  • scatological,
  • sudden, sharp,
  • short sharp,
  • such wild,
  • sundry other,
  • pithy,
  • voluble,
  • anguished,
  • convulsive,
  • contradictory,
  • unspoken,
  • unjustifiable,
  • thankful,
  • breezy,
  • outright,
  • tremulous,
  • irrelevant and unjustifiable,
  • apparently irrelevant and unjustifiable,
  • shrill, incoherent,
  • occasional profane,
  • apparently irrelevant,
  • almost involuntary,
  • gutteral,
  • sibilant,
  • ironical,
  • loudest,
  • amorphous,
  • low, savage,
  • same pious,
  • derogatory,
  • gleeful,
  • artless,
  • girlish,
  • cynical,
  • irreverent,
  • jubilant,
  • blasphemous,
  • impassioned,
  • frenzied,
  • sharp little,
  • vociferous,
  • heartfelt,
  • imprudent,
  • plaintive,
  • various other,
  • flattering,
  • irrelevant,
  • uncouth,
  • other such,
  • expressive,
  • sudden sharp,
  • inaudible,
  • louder,
  • compassionate,
  • hushed,
  • sorrowful,
  • spontaneous,
  • hearty,
  • extravagant,
  • thoughtless,
  • impetuous,
  • memorable,
  • energetic,
  • short, sharp,
  • unanimous,
  • sincere,
  • wrathful,
  • childish,
  • impulsive,
  • continual,
  • incautious,
  • pained,
  • exasperated,
  • emphatic,
  • piteous,
  • inadvertent,
  • explosive,
  • startling,
  • audible,
  • ecstatic,
  • unintelligible,
  • vehement,
  • furious,
  • enthusiastic,
  • anxious,
  • noisy,
  • petulant,
  • harsh,
  • unexpected,
  • characteristic,
  • breathless,
  • pathetic,
  • irrepressible,
  • scornful,
  • fervent,
  • contemptuous,
  • pious,
  • mournful,
  • shrill,
  • sundry,
  • universal,
  • despairing,
  • frantic,
  • glad,
  • triumphant,
  • bitter,
  • utter,
  • violent,
  • hoarse,
  • profane,
  • favorite,
  • abrupt,
  • eager,
  • frequent,
  • mental,
  • inarticulate,
  • brief,
  • simultaneous,
  • occasional,
  • guttural,
  • joyous,
  • fierce,
  • indignant,
  • incoherent,
  • passionate,
  • hasty,
  • short,
  • soft,
  • faint,
  • joyful,
  • muffled,
  • slight,
  • quick,
  • impatient,
  • general,
  • angry,
  • involuntary,
  • loud,
  • low,
  • sudden,
  • sharp.
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