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- interj. An expression of dismay, disgust, anger, surprise etc.
- interj. placed before a verb to add emphasis to a sentence.
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As he had suspected, the cranky wind-voice he’d heard had been one of the Beaconfolk (a low-ranking one, in charge of less-important sigils), asking him what the bloody hell he wanted.