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Synonyms for utterance

the act or an instance of expressing in words

the use of the speech organs to produce sounds

the faculty, act, or product of speaking

something said

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They are linguistic utterances in a given situation or context, and it is through this context that they take on their meaning.
Crucially, the identification of basically the same conceptual patterns in non-conventionalised as well as conventionalised expressions reveals that both types of linguistic utterance need to be analysed in terms of the 'standard' cognitive construal operations.
We learn, for instance, that by "performativity," Butler means "first and foremost that characteristic of linguistic utterances that in the moment of making the utterance makes something happen or brings some phenomenon into being.
The uncanny encounter between discourses and linguistic utterances for Levi, and the sheer dynamism and dexterity of the linguistic flow created by Alferi, its "devenir-animal" energy, constantly morphing into something other than itself, creating its own rhythm, do away with subjectivity.
Psycholinguistic research is concerned with providing a functional account of the mental processes by means of which language processing is carried out in both the production and the comprehension of linguistic utterances.
In the Meta-Informative Centering model, the main focus is on 'meta-information' which, as already pointed out, is the label for the sequential ordering of 'information', that is, for the sequential ordering of the content of linguistic utterances.
Drawing on the linguistic pragmatism of Charles Peirce and Michael Silverstein to argue that linguistic utterances can only be investigated as "the shared understandings that exist in context and to which implicit reference is being made" (20), Lucey frames this assertion within a Bourdieuian understanding of "the socially qualified objective situation" (20, emphasis added).