Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of utterance.

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Examples

  • It seems to me that forcing such utterances is little more than a political power-trip.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The same may be said of utterances from the pulpit and the stage, but infinitely greater than either of these is the power that lies in art itself.

    The National Spirit in Art

  • The utterances from the White House today reacting to the startling and scathing public rebuke of Obama’s socialist/fascist agenda indicate that this guy (actually, those guys: Axelrod, Emanuel, and Obama, et al.) don’t get it.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » One Year Later

  • Now, I know I was just saying, a couple of entries ago, how it would be so nice to find a guy that is capable of more then one word utterances, but in this case I find myself thinking that guys also need to know when to SHUT THE FUCK UP!

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • Because we always make sense to our selves, and our utterances are the merest common sense.

    Readercon 16: Day 1

  • A parent may note that a child seldom talks in sentences, preferring the use of phrases or perhaps just single-word utterances.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Other people might call his utterances treachery but, to Scarlett, they always rang with common sense and truth.

    Gone with the Wind

  • Lobley, a gentleman whose scientific reputation entitles his utterances to respect, but who, when he contends that gold is not found in the products of volcanic action is, I venture to think, arguing from insufficient premises.

    Getting Gold: a practical treatise for prospectors, miners and students

  • Probably when a man feels most deeply his utterances are the most commonplace, and an Englishman is proverbially incapable of expressing his feelings.

    Peter and Jane or The Missing Heir

  • The scattering, therefore, was due to the fact that his utterances were a mixture of crude and elaborated fancies.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

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