utterer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n utterer someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous) "the speaker at commencement","an utterer of useful maxims"
    • n utterer someone who circulates forged banknotes or counterfeit coins
    • n utterer an organism that can utter vocal sounds "an utterer of foul oaths","is the giraffe a vocalizer?"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Utterer One who utters.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n utterer One who utters. Specifically— One who disposes of, by sale or otherwise.
    • n utterer One who puts into circulation: as, an utterer of base coin.
    • n utterer One who pronounces, speaks, discloses, or publishes.
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Quotations

  • Fyodor Dostoevsky
    Fyodor%20Dostoevsky
    “Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.”
  • Publius Cornelius Tacitus
    Publius%20Cornelius%20Tacitus
    “Many who seem to be struggling with adversity are happy; many, amid great affluence, are utterly miserable.”
  • Mahatma Gandhi
    Mahatma%20Gandhi
    “A No uttered from deepest conviction is better and greater than a Yes merely uttered to please, or what is worse, to avoid trouble.”
  • Charles Haddon Spurgeon
    Charles%20Haddon%20Spurgeon
    “You must be in fashion is the utterance of weak headed mortals.”
  • Thomas Mann
    Thomas%20Mann
    “What is uttered is finished and done with.”
  • St. Augustine
    St.%20Augustine
    “A thing is not necessarily true because badly uttered, nor false because spoken magnificently.”

Usage

In literature:

But he did not believe in the utter lack of interest that he professed.
"Rosa Mundi and Other Stories" by Ethel M. Dell
Unless she stops voluntarily it is utterly impossible to overtake her within the circuit.
"Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life" by Thomas Wallace Knox
He never in his life had experienced anything so utterly frightful or imagined that anything could be so utterly frightful.
"If Winter Comes" by A.S.M. Hutchinson
My mother and Julia would be up in arms at the first syllable I uttered.
"The Doctor's Dilemma" by Hesba Stretton
I am confounded utterly by this affair.
"Varney the Vampire" by Thomas Preskett Prest
He had never asked in any way for mercy, he had never uttered a word of protest, and he resolved that he would not cry out if he could help it.
"The Forest Runners" by Joseph A. Altsheler
When he reached the first clump of brushwood he uttered a delighted exclamation.
"The Wings of the Morning" by Louis Tracy
At the instant of his seizure the child uttered a sharp cry of fright, then closed his lips in the stoicism of his race.
"The Silent Places" by Steward Edward White
Sol ran out and gave utterance to a long echoing cry that sounded like a call.
"The Free Rangers" by Joseph A. Altsheler
Five minutes beforehand it seemed so utterly improbable.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
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In poetry:

In Reason's Ear they all rejoice,
And utter forth a glorious Voice,
For ever singing, as they shine,
The Hand that made us is Divine.
""The Spacious Firmament"" by Joseph Addison
Eyes of deepest violet, beaming
With the love that knows not shame—
Lips, that thrill my inmost being
With the utterance of a name.
"The Buried Flower" by William Edmondstoune Aytoun
Beside me gloomed the prison-cell
Where wasted one in slow decline
For uttering simple words of mine,
And loving freedom all too well.
"Astræa at the Capitol" by John Greenleaf Whittier
DAMOETAS
"What words to me, and uttered O how oft,
Hath Galatea spoke! waft some of them,
Ye winds, I pray you, for the gods to hear."
"Eclogue 3: Menalcas Daemoetas Palaemon" by Publius Vergilius Maro
Home they brought her warrior dead:
She nor swooned, nor uttered cry:
All her maidens, watching, said,
'She must weep or she will die.'
"The Princess (part 5)" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
I thought he smiled and spoke to me,
But still in silent ecstasy
I gazed at him; I could not speak;
I uttered one long piercing shriek.
"A Voice From The Dungeon" by Anne Bronte

In news:

If you ever want to see a glazed expression or a look of utter frustration, just ask an entrepreneur about his advertising agency.
Before Einstein died in his sleep, Einstein uttered his final words to a nurse—in German.
Martin Amis' Utterly Unpredictable Lionel Asbo: State of England.
That a federal judge would issue a stinging rebuke to the St Louis Board of Police Commissioners for its utter lack of control over the munic.
I'm not sure if she was the first to utter those words, but they have been hers ever since.
To most people, the running of the 136th Kentucky Derby looked like utter chaos.
Having to utter the 'v' word aloud is a cringe-worthy feat many find hard to do so blatantly.
When Malcolm X uttered those words in June 1964, a chill traveled down the spine of America.
Cast Away stars Tom Hanks, whose name cannot be uttered without thinking of golden statuettes.
Rams utterly shut down offensively in Chicago.
To those who say this is not big deal, you are complete right and utterly WRONG.
This 60-minute, late-night magic show is exactly what it should be: funny, lively, intimate, and utterly baffling.
For some years, Democrats have denounced parodies that cast their party as utterly closed to the views of those who oppose abortion.
* But last night they sounded utterly satisfying.
Yet lately some around the state's 4th Senate District have been uttering out the side of their mouths that perhaps it does.
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In science:

The agent who holds the turn generates an utterance based on its Information State.
Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue
Piwek & Van Deemter, 2002), whereas removing utterances from track 1 does not have the same effect.
Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue
Broadly speaking, qualitative similarity will only fail in the limiting case of continuous matter that is utterly homogeneous as regards all properties: i.e. the case of the RDA.
On the Persistence of Homogeneous Matter
The aim of this paper and the conception of the utterance ‘quantum logic’ is different from the work by Abramsky and Duncan in .
De-linearizing Linearity: Projective Quantum Axiomatics from Strong Compact Closure
Unfortunately, applying this directly to the number X of independent sets fails utterly.
Independent sets in random graphs from the weighted second moment method
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