The character used in writing after a statement that is notes exclamatory as an assertion or proclamation, yet moderately more intense and emotional than a placid comment.

Is used to express written emotions such as sarcasm, contempt, disdain, etc.

The current character with standard keyboards is: -. (a hyphen followed immediately by a period)
perioint example 1: (slight contempt)
Those are note very attractive people-.

perioint example 2: (facetious)
I'm so glad to be going to his house later-.

perioint example 3: (normal excitement)
That's nice-.
by Karlfred February 15, 2009

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