Definition of utero
1. utter [ v ] articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
Examples: "She expressed her anger" "He uttered a curse"
(The Times-Picayune, [New Orleans]...)
The fewer nos she has_to utter the more effective they will be .Synonyms express utter verbalise verbalize give_tongue_to Related Terms state say raise curse wish exclaim represent drop voice clamor pour_out hurl venture pooh-pooh marvel breathe vociferate get_off utterance utterer
2. utter [ a ] without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
Examples: "an arrant fool" "a complete coward" "a consummate fool" "gross negligence" "a perfect idiot" "pure folly" "what a sodding mess" "stark staring mad" "utter nonsense"
(Charles Wharton Stork, "Verner von Heidenstam"...)
He finds it in utter misery and desolation .
(Harold Searles, "Schizophrenic Communication,"...)
Again , I at_first misconstrued this disconcertingly intense communication , and I quickly cast through my mind to account_for her being able to speak , with such utter conviction , of an opinion held by my father , now several years deceased .
(Dolores Hitchens, Footsteps in the Night....)
There was no use wandering off into a territory of utter nightmare .Synonyms utter pure double-dyed everlasting complete gross perfect sodding stark staring thoroughgoing consummate arrant Related Terms unmitigated
3. utter [ v ] express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words)
Examples: "She let out a big heavy sigh" "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
(Louis Zara, Dark Rider....)
The man uttered a weird cry , spun about , and collapsed in the sand .Synonyms utter let_out let_loose emit Related Terms shout grunt give repeat groan heave call break_into grumble snore cluck hoot sing squeal neigh bite_out lift sigh crow crow twirp pant meow hiss quack chorus moo cackle deliver caw gobble bleat bellow nasale mew spit bark chirr churr volley miaou hee-haw sibilate honk sputter cry coo gibber gargle hem haw wolf-whistle shoot croak gurgel howl troat gurgle trumpet call utterance utterer
4. utter [ a ] total
Examples: "dead silence" "utter seriousness"
5. utter [ v ] express in speech
Examples: "She talks a lot of nonsense" "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
(Newark Evening News...)
Among the_most frequently quoted Biblical sentences are the Beatitudes and yet so few persons , other_than scholars , really understand the true meaning of these eight blessings uttered by Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon_on_the_Mount .Synonyms speak talk mouth utter verbalise verbalize Related Terms communicate shout sing whisper deliver mumble murmur read speak_of begin snap stutter bumble blurt_out babble cackle chant rant bark bay gulp yack chatter snivel hiss drone rasp speak_up verbalise inflect enthuse generalize whiff phonate troll speak_in_tongues lip_off swallow open_up chatter blubber peep slur rant speak_up verbalise talk mouth speaker speech sass utterance speaking talk verbalization mouthpiece
6. Utter [ n ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 6779Synonyms Utter
7. utter [ v ] put into circulation; of counterfeit currencySynonyms utter Related Terms circulate utterer
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