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Utter definition, to give audible expression to; speak or pronounce: unable to utter her feelings; Words were uttered in my hearing. See more.

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Utter definition is - carried to the utmost point or highest degree : absolute, total. ... See the full definition for utter in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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The adjective utter is often used as an intensifier to mean "total" — often with negative connotations (like "utter failure"). As a verb, the word has a totally ...

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During interpretation of ' 'that' ', its time stamp value is used to determine the location of the spot that was generated when the word was uttered.

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Definition of utter - complete; absolute. ... 'Charlotte stared at her in utter amazement'. More example sentences. 'The look Evangeline gave me was one of ...

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Define utter (verb) and get synonyms. What is utter (verb)? utter (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Contrary to what some may believe, "utter" is NEVER a noun. Cows do not have " utters;" those would be udders. No person or thing can have or act on an "utter," ...

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Definition of UTTER, UTTERABLE, UTTERANCE, UTTERED, UTTERER, and UTTERING from the King James Bible Dictionary.

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Define utter. utter synonyms, utter pronunciation, utter translation, English dictionary definition of utter. tr.v. ut·tered , ut·ter·ing , ut·ters 1. To send forth with the ...