utterance


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Synonyms for utterance

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

Synonyms for utterance

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I will—I will,” cried the youth, with a kind of hysterical utterance.
with the lingering utterance which affection gives to the word.
Rosamond's thin utterance threw into the words "What can--I--do
All public utterances were cheery and optimistic, but privately many of the utters were in desperate straits.
He did it that night, and he did it well; and since Martin had made the biggest stir, he put it all into his mouth and made him the arch-anarch of the show, transforming his reactionary individualism into the most lurid, red-shirt socialist utterance.
The utterance was monotonous--hopeless, it seemed to her, and she felt a quick thrill.
This was followed by a great down-pour of rain, which washed the unfortunate Officer of the Government and the outfit off the face of creation and affected the agricultural heart with joy too deep for utterance.
When I think that I cannot SEE YOU AGAIN my heart is almost TOO FULL FOR UTTERANCE.
Of the Muses who make a man very wise, marvellous in utterance.
His eyes were bloodshot; his face was flushed; his utterance was thick--the look of him was the look of a man who had been drinking hard.
She had never anticipated that the utterance of love would produce such a powerful effect on her.
She was overcome with sleep, and answered him with little half utterances.
There was a contained, prophetic energy in his utterances, even on the slightest affairs; he SAW the damned thing; if you did not, it must be from perversity of will; and this sent the blood to his head.
No English poet before him has ever excelled his utterances on music, none has so much as rivalled his utterances on art.
utterances, the absurdity being attested by his motley costume.