Definition for utterance (2 of 2)
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Around my own friends, someone will wind up a conversation with a shrug and a baffling—to me—utterance of “Haters gonna hate.”
In recent weeks, the markets have been hanging, more than usual, on every Bernanke utterance.Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke Testimony Further Calms Markets|William O’Connor|July 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Which, in such cases—the act or the utterance, the gesture or the text—is the palimpsest of other?
Hagel's May utterance that "we've got to understand great-power limitations" might be apt.
Her daughter Lila Grace Moss Hack first utterance was ‘Nazzi’ — short for paparazzi.Kate Moss Reveals Daughter’s First Word, New Schiaparelli Rumors|The Fashion Beast Team|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Such rapidity yet precision of thought, such volubility yet clearness of utterance, left all competitors behind.
Custom is, to think a handsome thing in private but tame it down in the utterance.The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 6, 1907-1910|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
It was as the utterance of a baby child but just learning to articulate.The Gateless Barrier|Lucas Malet
Oh, but how scant the utterance, and how faint, to my conceit!Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"|John T. Slattery
When the occasion offers, he is concise, condensed even in the utterance of a principle or of a comprehensive thought.Essays sthetical|George Calvert