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- adj. superlative form of utter: most utter.
- v. Second-person singular simple present form of utter.
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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Outermost; extremest; utmost.
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Thus far concerning them; but as regards Ghanim, when he saw his wealth spoiled and his ruin utterest he wept over himself till his heart well nigh brake.
And Cecil Winwood still lives, while I, of all men concerned the utterest, absolutist, innocentest, go to the scaffold in a few short weeks.
Minister saw that drunkenness had attained in him to utterest and the bounds transgressed, he said to him, By Allah, O
When he heard that, he groaned aloud and said, “Apollo who utterest oracles, surely thou hast greatly deceived me, saying that I should conquer Argos: I conjecture that the oracle has had its fulfilment for me already.”
Ah! alas! thou utterest great ills to me and to the state.
"Choke before thou utterest that name again," the captain said in a whisper, "else thou wilt have Rameses abusing Har-hat before his daughter."
And, O monarch, hearing her lament in this strain, that slayer of hostile heroes, Bhimasena, addressed Draupadi in these words, 'O blessed lady of slender waist, the agreeable words thou utterest delight my heart like the quaffing of nectar.
The words of wisdom thou utterest always recommend themselves to me! '
Nevertheless, at the first word of human speech that thou utterest after thou hast applied the ointment the power of understanding the speech of birds and of beasts shall depart from thee.
Thereon the Brahmin cried out, "Wretch, who touchest things impure, and utterest things untrue, callest thou that cur a sheep?"