Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of utter.
  • n. An utterance; something spoken.
  • n. The crime of knowingly presenting forged documentation; uttering and publishing.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Publishing; circulation.
  • n. Utterance.

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Examples

  • Further, he was put on notice concerning the adverse legal consequences which would result if his intentional conduct in uttering his derogatory, disparaging, damaging, and false statements continnued.

    Colorado State Defense Force

  • “The left have no shortness of breath in uttering contempt for Mr. Steyn, or the human rights of terrorist families, but are scarcely heard to utter a word about the real crimes against humanity.”

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  • Transgressing and denying the Lord, and turning away from our God, speaking oppression and revolt, conceiving in and uttering from the heart lying words.

    Sound Politics: Faith-based initiatives

  • There was a thrill in uttering such “adult” words as “soul” and “die”, a pleasure in the antique inverted syntax (even the sort of middle-voiced “lay me” for “lay myself”), a pleasure in orderly rhythms and rhymes that paradoxically both contained and set free a mysterious world where not all endings were happy — that is, the world.

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  • Canada could not stand where she is today were it not that we believed that no advance was possible except so far as the individual rose to his opportunity and fulfilled his duty, whether as a citizen, or in uttering his opinions as they had been uttered today, or in the university class-room, or wherever it might be.

    The Proper Limitations of State Interference

  • In twos and threes and groups they strayed along, shaking hands and uttering the Tahitian word of greeting -- Ioarana, pronounced yo-rah-nah.

    Chapter 12

  • In twos and threes and groups they strayed along, shaking hands and uttering the Tahitian word of greeting — Iaorana, pronounced yo-rah-nah.

    "The High Seat Of Abundance"

  • She turned to the men and began to talk to them in Swahili, repeating emphatically what she had just said to Kingozi in English, uttering her commands.

    The Leopard Woman

  • It was easy to be taciturn with Heyst, who had plunged himself into an abyss of meditation over books, and remained in it till the shadow of Wang falling across the page, and the sound of a rough, low voice uttering the Malay word

    Victory

  • A Persian has likewise no hesitation in uttering the salutation of Salāmun Aleikoom, to

    Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia

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