Third-person singular simple present indicative form of utter. (verb)
Examples of word utters
The GOP is made up of far too many moribund cave dwellers who cheer when Palin utters inanities.
On the Iran question, knowing every syllable he utters is going to be parsed and decoded in Tehran and elsewhere, the delivery of the answer slowed down to the pace of a chess game. wiley Says:
Pretty much everything she utters is a LIE, DECEPTION and I am sorry to see so many people falling for this
Everything that fool utters is either driven by MOONIES, or the VanAndel and DeVos families … MOONIES, MOONIES, MOONIES … every one of them.
I agree with Giacomo, everything that W utters is is really stupid.
Nevermind the fact that every sentence he utters is a puzzle.
Every word the drunken guru writing consultant (obviously a failed and frustrated writer himself) utters is gospel.
Indeed, notwithstanding the attempts I so frequently make of writing some of the Captain's conversation, I can only give you a faint idea of his language; for almost every other word he utters is accompanied by an oath, which, I am sure, would be as unpleasant for you to read, as for me to write: and, besides, he makes use of a thousand sea-terms, which are to me quite unintelligible.
Allah creates everything from nothingness; if Allah desires to create something, He just utters the Arabic word "kun" or "let it be", and the desired object gets shape; it becomes a reality.
Nancy Pelosi detracts from the sum knowledge of mankind every time she utters a word.