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


After uttering these words the Professor walked away from the table.

Flora, uttering these words in a deep voice, enjoyed herself immensely.

I rolled about on the ground, uttering the most heartrending cries.

For a moment he was on the point of uttering irrevocable words.

And uttering another yell, he fell in a fit upon the ground.

She had sunk upon her knees, and so knelt down, moving her lips, but uttering no sound.

Hugh would have prevented his uttering the word, but it was out already.

Madame Boche held up her arms to heaven, uttering all sorts of exclamations.

Therese with her head under the bedclothes, was uttering smothered groans.

This reminds us of the French aversion to uttering their mort.