Exclamation(1) used to attract attention, to express surprise, interest, or annoyance, or to elicit agreement.
(1) hey, what's going on here?(2) So your kids might grow up a little cautious but, hey , is that so bad?(3) And if two people love each other and really believe they can be partners for life hey , good luck to 'em.(4) I just called to say hey(5) It's at this time of the year that I like to say to myself, hey ! let's forget about the mistakes of the past year - and instead look forward with excitement to the year ahead.(6) ├ö├ç├┐Jenni? It's Will,├ö├ç├û the voice on the other end said. ├ö├ç├┐Oh, hey Will,├ö├ç├û I smiled.(7) hey, don't I know it!(8) So we wrote these songs to say, hey , it's cool to be different, and don't be like the squares!(9) I read about all the interest and I think, hey fantastic, but nobody calls me.(10) Hey , get your hand off me!(11) Hey ! You! Come and help me!(12) I ran twice around the block and slipped back into the house where my parents were eating toast and sipping coffee. ├ö├ç├┐ Hey , Jenna,├ö├ç├û Mom said, passing me the plate of toast as I sat down.(13) Hey , it's my birthday weekend. I can have whatever I want.(14) Bill popped his head in. ├ö├ç├┐ Hey Nicole, hey Jake.├ö├ç├û(15) Hey , that reminds me. I don't think we had any calls all day.(16) Hey , you guys, sorry I'm late.
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