exclamation (n.)
loud reproach, outcry, clamorous complaint
H8 I.ii.52.1[Queen Katherine to Wolsey, of taxes] They are devised by you, or else you suffer / Too hard an exclamation
KJ II.i.558[King John to King Philip, of Constance] I trust we shall ... in some measure satisfy her so / That we shall stop her exclamation
Luc.705[of Tarquin] While Lust is in his pride, no exclamation / Can curb his heat
R3 IV.iv.154[King Richard to Duchess of York and Queen Elizabeth] with the clamorous report of war / Thus will I drown your exclamations
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