Is there an injection or at least an onomatopoeia for a longing sigh that works in writing? An example would be two colleagues are talking about the new member of the team on which one has a huge ...
Is there a word to describe a traditional interjection (in any language) made before drinking? Examples include: Cheers! (English) ¡Salud! (Spanish) Prost! (German) !לחיים (Hebrew) A close fit ...
What is a more modern variant of the interjection 'Lo!" I'm looking for a single word which has the same effect but is less archaic. It is a very formal context I want to use it in that you may ...
In comics, for example those by Walt Disney, interjections that describe or emphasize in words what the characters in the image are doing are quite commonly used (cough, sigh, tweet). According to ...
I saw this other question, but it's not quite what I'm asking. A bell makes a sound. How would you write that sound in English? As an interjection, e.g. "boom!" I'm sure it varies with the type and ...
What's a common interjection for the reaction to something creepy and disgusting (like some insects or spooky places, etc.)?
For example, A: - Look! There is a centipede on the table! B: - (interjection)!