spontaneous exclamation

Definition of "spontaneous exclamation"
  1. A sudden remark made by someone witnessing an unexpected or shocking event, often used in trials as evidence of the person's mental state or the truth of what they're reporting
How to use "spontaneous exclamation" in a sentence
  1. In the parking lot, her spontaneous exclamation helped to identify the hit-and-run driver.
  2. His spontaneous exclamation after the incident was crucial evidence in the case.
  3. The victim's spontaneous exclamation shed light on the assailant's appearance.

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