- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gutter.
“The full-court configuration has a 4,850 sq.ft. playing surface covered by metal roof and guttered to collect an estimated 90,000 liters of water per year.”
“Maybe that's why Swanson sits on his brother's porch with a hefty whiskey recounting a guttered down version of American history, trying to figure out how we got exactly here, neck deep in nihilism...”
“He told me that the air had got so bad that the flame of the lamp, no matter how high it was turned, guttered down and all but refused to burn.”
“In Manama, a fantasy city built of the sands of oil money, we wind through quiet, dark, curbed and guttered streets.”
“A sad chuckle escaped him and in my blindfolded state it was like I could hear every rattled nuance of it, from the way it guttered in his mouth to the low vibrato in his chest.”
“He kept his right cheek pressed against the glass and felt the air and guttered bedrock passing.”
“The little hanging lamp guttered under the canopy of the fireplace.”
“A second later, both the red beam meant for the planet and the white cutting beam guttered and then went out.”
“It looks, though, like Daegu Stadium has seen the last of double amputee Oscar Pistorius, who on Twitter declared himself "pretty guttered" after being told he would not be in the South African team for the 4x400m relay.”
“As the break turned right through the rural town of Kamas, Dowsett, Baldwin, King and Pipp drilled the pace and guttered the group in the gusting crosswinds.”
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