utterance

[ uht-er-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF utterance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UTTERANCE

Simplicity and self-forgetfulness were manifest in carriage and utterance.

Yet, in the intensity of her utterance, the feeble whisper struck like a shriek of horror.

What magic in the utterance, what a revelation of Cleopatra's character and of Shakespeare's!

"Let us thank God, old man," I said, the tears of joy half choking my utterance.

There was no cessation, but the regular moment's pause, in the utterance of these sounds.

But to this gift was united the gift of utterance, or representation.

Public sentiment, which you once had and have lost, suppressed this utterance as the other.

It was nevertheless received with ridicule, as the utterance of a crack-brained impostor.

The manner of his utterance is, indeed, the sole evidence before us.

Now consider the extraordinary originality of this utterance.

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