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- n. One who utters (something)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who utters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who utters.
- n. One who puts into circulation: as, an utterer of base coin.
- n. One who pronounces, speaks, discloses, or publishes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an organism that can utter vocal sounds
- n. someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous)
- n. someone who circulates forged banknotes or counterfeit coins
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Remarks not obnoxious, but so off they are proof the utterer is a hateful snake.
Whether words are uttered on paper or to the air, the effect on the utterer is the same.
The committee did not officially know why the apparently inconsequential reference to soda-water at the Wimberger should move Deputy Gregorig to call the utterer of it a cowardly blatherskite; still, after proper deliberation, it was of the opinion that the House ought to formally censure the whole business.
After that came a farrago of Chinese, so like the voice of Ah Moy, that again, though for the last time, Michael sought about the steerage for the utterer.
You might equally well choose "Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair" as a catchphrase: a good strong line until you set it in the context of Shelley's "Ozymandias," which reduces its utterer to a broken statue in an empty desert.
(I'm the utterer, and the utterer always counts as familiar and well established in the discourse.)
You seem to really like taking phrases out of context and then accusing the utterer of racism.
I believe that every single utterance of a DLC talking point should earn the utterer a tab of Ecstasy.
Its utterer, Kanye West, has since softened his stance.
The initials “AGW” and the word “controversy” in this context are generally signals that the utterer does not deserve to be taken seriously, any more than the handful of people in the 1960s claiming there was no link between cigarette smoking and cancer.