Antonyms for guttered

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


On a banister post stood a tallow candle which guttered in the draft.

Juneau has an annual rainfall of nine feet; the streets are guttered: indeed the streets are gutters in some cases.

The sky was a greasy grey that guttered down to the horizon, and the wind smote damp and chill.

Thus fanned, the weak flame of his life wasted quickly and guttered out.

They guttered around the sheet of foolscap wet with the scrawls and splashes of Dillworth's quill.

The house would rise high enough so that the top of the guttered piece would be at the bottom of the slanting sides.

The house would be pulled up and then pushed down; always a match would be in the guttered end of the piece in the chimney.

The matches would roll over it, and one would lodge in the guttered top.

The candles flickered and guttered in the draught; the wavering light cast strange shadows over the dead man's face.

The candles had guttered and burnt low in the sockets of the massive old silver candlesticks.