utter  

  • Pronunciation Video of utter

  • Pronunciation of utter: AH1 T ER0 ('ətər)

  • Number of syllables of utter: 2

  • Definition of utter

    • (v): articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise; "She expressed her anger"; "He uttered a curse"  
    • (v): express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"  
    • (v): express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"  
    • (v): put into circulation; "utter counterfeit currency"  
  • Examples of utter

    • After all, the latter include a lot of utter nonentities.  
    • Have I just argued for utter permissiveness  
    • The utter uncanny diabolical schemes of that evil kabal.  
    • The man's utter barefaced brazen hypocrisy is mindblowing.  
    • Early reviews may have ranged from utter repulsion to faint praise.  
    • We are talking about the utter fringe.  
    • The egregious thing to me is the utter lack of remorse.  
    • I'm completely amazed by the utter incongruity of reasoning.  
    • The content of this page is utter travesty.  
    • But unsurprising, given the utter lack of introspection displayed here.  
  • Poems containing the word "utter"

    • "Hugo's "flower to butterfly"" by author Eugene Field  
    • "The Bee and the Butterfly" by author Robinson  
    • "The butterfly obtains" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "The Wood-cutter's Night Song" by author John Clare  
    • "The Butterfly upon the Sky," by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "Verses On A Butterfly" by author Joseph Warton  
    • "Defrauded I a Butterfly --" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "The Butterfly's Assumption Gown" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "There is a pain -- so utter --" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "'Twould ease -- a Butterfly --" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "The Butterfly's Numidian Gown" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "From Cocoon forth a Butterfly" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "The Butterfly in honored Dust" by author Emily Dickinson  
    • "Some such Butterfly be seen" by author Emily Dickinson  

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