- utter used 45 times.
- utterance used 5 times.
- uttered used 17 times.
- uttereth used 9 times.
- uttering used once.
- utterly used 101 times.
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
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1. Situated on the outside or remote from the center.
2. Placed or being beyond any compass; out of any place; as the utter deep.
3. Extreme; excessive; utmost; as utter darkness.
4. Complete; total; final; as utter ruin.
5. Peremptory; absolute; as an utter refusal or denial.
6. Perfect; mere; quite; as utter strangers.
UT'TER, verb transitive
1. To speak; to pronounce; to express; as, to utter words; to utter sounds.
2. To disclose; to discover; to divulge; to publish. He never utters a syllable of what I suppose to be intended as a secret.
3. To sell; to vend; as, to utter wares. [This is obsolete, unless in the law style.]
4. To put or send into circulation; to put off, as currency, or cause to pass in commerce; as, to utter coin or notes. A man utters a false note, who gives it in payment, knowing it to be false.
UT'TERABLE, adjective That may be uttered, pronounced or expressed.
1. The act of uttering words; pronunciation; manner of speaking; as a good or bad utterance
They began to speak with other tongues, as the spirit gave them utterance Acts 2:4.
2. Emission from the mouth; vocal expression; as the utterance of sounds.
3. Extremity; furthest part. [Not in use.]
UT'TERED, participle passive Spoken; pronounced; disclosed; published; put into circulation.
1. One who utters; one who pronounces.
2. One who divulges or discloses.
3. One who puts into circulation.
4. A seller; a vender.
UT'TERING, participle present tense Pronouncing; disclosing; putting into circulation; selling.
UT'TERLY, adverb To the full extent; fully; perfectly; totally; as utterly tired; utterly debased; utterly lost to all sense of shame; It is utterly vain; utterly out of my power.
UT'TERMOST, adjective [utter and most.] Extreme; being in the furthest, greatest or highest degree; as the uttermost extent or end; the uttermost distress.
UT'TERMOST, noun The greatest. the uttermost we can do is to be patient.
To the uttermost in the most extensive degree; fully.