- v. Simple past tense and past participle of utter.
- adj. communicated in words
“Do the math, also the phrase uttered by Marianne Gingrich at one point. #scdebate— Ana Marie Cox @anamariecox January 20, 20128.33pm: Our correspondent Ewen MacAskill is at the debate venue here in Charleston and gives his thoughts on Newt Gingrich's beat-up of CNN's super-dumb questioning about his second wife:”
“Actually, the title uttered by the Magdalene, one of the juiciest in all of silent films, is Go fetch my richest perfumes!”
“The absent Hoover cast his shadow over the entire ceremony like an unacknowledged wraith, his name uttered from the grandstand not once during the long day.”
“His whole body spasms with delight to be known, to be called, to hear his name uttered out loud.”
“He heard his name uttered several times, and he awaited his punishment.”
“It speaks of a word uttered by the human voice which embodies a conception or idea.3”
“He drew back, and she heard her name uttered with surprise.”
“In fighting for this position in Archstone, Equity Residential and Mr. Zell are even tossing around the words "negative control," a phrase uttered by Gordon Gekko in the movie "Wall Street.”
“It is tapped - the phrase uttered by Munich's mayor to mark the opening of the first beer barrel and the commencement of the drinking”
“Often I hear the sound of my name uttered by an unseen presence.”
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Weeeelllllll, tom swifties really but I don't think of them very often. There are zillions out there in internet land so I'm looking for fresh, really awful ones :-)
A list of words that I have heard in conversation that make me want to stab the person who uttered them. I think the word 'uttered' just made the list. Should I stab myself?
Looking for tweets for uttered.