The Interrobang Mark
The interrobang is a punctuation we no longer use. It is the combining of the question mark with an exclamation point, mixing a query and an interjection. A query is a question that contains suspicion so an interrobang is a rhetorical question with emphasis. It is not an accepted standard mark which is fine since we don’t have it on our keyboards. Instead, we use either “?!” or “!?” which are both accepted.
Which English words end with …mt?
If you said dreamt you are correct. If you said dreamt is the only one you would be wrong.
The other word ending in …mt is undreamt: the social change that technological development has made considering that it was undreamt of years ago.