Origin of gutter
OTHER WORDS FROM guttergut·ter·like, adjective
Words nearby gutter
How to use gutter in a sentence
Yes, you might have to recharge your blower—but odds are your gutters aren’t going to need hours of power to get things clean.
For example, single family homes would pay a flat fee, no matter how well built they were to send the water into the ground instead of out into the gutter.
The other day, I watched as one of the parents perched on one of our gutters, a worm hanging from its beak.On the house: Wrens are nesting in my backyard bird box. I couldn’t be happier.|John Kelly|July 7, 2021|Washington Post
Replacing your gutters may cost you a little more than planting flowers and painting your door, however, it will go a long way in your home’s curb appeal.
Vinyl gutter systems are less expensive but are infamous for cracking over time in our cold weather.
He piles the trash into the can and stands in the gutter, waiting for the light to change.Stanley Booth on the Life and Hard Times of Blues Genius Furry Lewis|Stanley Booth|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Speaking with The Tottenville Review, Foy calls his school of writing “gutter opera.”Novelist D. Foy Dubs His Debut ‘Gutter Opera’ And Who Are We To Argue?|J.T. Price|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But all publications seem to go to the gutter when it comes to Lewinsky.
But I reserve the distinction for gutter dwelling and otherwise abhorrent behavior to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Davis begins the film, punched by an aggressor into the gutter and ends it the same way.
A drunken man would reel from one side to the other until he fell down a cellar trap-door, into the gutter, or into the sea.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
And to think that those documents are perhaps lying in the gutter at this very moment!The Weight of the Crown|Fred M. White
He was in a dreadful condition—a soiled and hopeless mass from the gutter out of which he had been rescued.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
At the doors people sit drinking round tables placed on the pavement or in the rank, poisonous gutter.Belgium|George W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond
He had been drunk over in town, and laid in the gutter all night, and he was a sight to look at.Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
British Dictionary definitions for gutter
- the space between two pages in a forme
- the white space between the facing pages of an open book
- the space between two columns of type
Derived forms of guttergutter-like, adjective
Word Origin for gutter
Other Idioms and Phrases with gutter
see in the gutter.