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Utterer  n.  One who utters.

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"Utterer" Quotes from Famous Books

... The utterer of the base coin in question was a girl of seventeen or eighteen, who, with a suitable attendance of blackguards, youths, and boys, was flaunting along the streets, returning from an Irish funeral, in a Progress interspersed with singing and ...
— The Uncommercial Traveller • Charles Dickens

... on it, cursed him with dreadful imprecations, calling upon and naming several strange and horrible deities. In the Roman belief there is so much virtue in these sacred and ancient rites, that no man can escape the effects of them, and that the utterer himself seldom prospers; so that they are not often made use of, and but upon a great occasion. And Ateius was blamed at the time for resorting to them, as the city itself, in whose cause he used them, would be the ...
— Plutarch's Lives • A.H. Clough

... variable character of humour is recognised, but it is not to be supposed that Rosalind's arguments were intended to be strictly correct. Very much must depend upon the form in which a jest is produced, and without the tongue of the utterer, it cannot exist though the sympathy of the listener ...
— History of English Humour, Vol. 1 (of 2) - With an Introduction upon Ancient Humour • Alfred Guy Kingan L'Estrange

... aspect like a bulldog. Their remarks were possibly not intended to reach the ears of the party, but certainly were not so cautiously whispered but they occasionally did do so. The male remarks, indeed, generally died away in the throats that uttered them; a circumstance that doubtless saved the utterer from some very rough rejoinder at the hands of the Doctor, who had grown up in the habit of a very ready and free recourse to his fists, which had a way of doubling themselves up seemingly of their own ...
— Doctor Grimshawe's Secret - A Romance • Nathaniel Hawthorne

... shoulders, and with a smile bowed to the ravishing utterer of last words on the most baffling of subjects. This fluttered person soon perceived that she had been mistaken in supposing that the room was full. The clanging sound kept recurring, the dog kept barking, and new guests continually poured into the room, thereby ...
— The Lion's Share • E. Arnold Bennett

... Mrs. De Peyster gazed at Matilda, utterer of practical common-places. As she gazed the splendid flames within her seemed slowly to flicker out, and she sank back upon her bed. Yes, how were they going to ...
— No. 13 Washington Square • Leroy Scott

... to this period in his life, pays this characteristic acknowledgment: "Bret Harte trimmed and trained and schooled me patiently until he changed me from an awkward utterer of coarse grotesqueness to a writer of paragraphs and chapters that have found favor in the eyes of even some of the ...
— A Backward Glance at Eighty • Charles A. Murdock

... only—not the Magyars only, but every nationality of Hungary, all the fifteen or twenty millions within its limits—all cried out that he was the representative of their convictions—that he was the man of their affections, that he was the utterer of truths ...
— Select Speeches of Kossuth • Kossuth

... Son of Man, 'quickens whom He will,' and has power 'to kill and to make alive.' The words would be absurd, if not something worse, upon any but divine lips, that opened with conscious authority, and whose Utterer knew that His hand was laid upon the ...
— Expositions of Holy Scripture: St. John Chaps. XV to XXI • Alexander Maclaren

... heard that rose far above all the other noises—a cry more terrible than the screams of the parrots, or the shrieks of the howling monkeys—it was the cry of the jaguar! It came from a piece of wood close to the juvia-trees, and the branches were heard to crackle as the dreaded utterer advanced. ...
— Popular Adventure Tales • Mayne Reid

Words linked to "Utterer" :   rhetorician, mutterer, reciter, beguiler, verbalizer, babbler, teller, magpie, wailer, caller, ranter, informant, stammerer, witnesser, prater, lecturer, witness, asker, cheat, verbaliser, vocaliser, cheater, drawler, conversationalist, stutterer, speechmaker, phoner, chatterer, whisperer, chatterbox, conversationist, talking head, vocalizer, deceiver, native speaker, vociferator, orator, mentioner, murmurer, raver, speechifier, inquirer, schmoozer, spouter, telephoner, dictator, stentor, voicer, organism, growler, ejaculator, alliterator, questioner, talker, storyteller, trickster, slicker

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