utter

utter

Definition 1
/ˈʌtə/
adjective
attributive
Complete; absolute.

Origin
Old English ūtera, ūttra ‘outer’, comparative of ūt ‘out’; compare with outer.
Definition 2
verb
[with object]
1 Make (a sound) with one’s voice.
1.1 Say (something) aloud.
2 Law
Put (forged money) into circulation.

Origin
Late Middle English from Middle Dutch ūteren ‘speak, make known, give currency to coins’.

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Earle uttered a string of curses in utter disregard of the young families surrounding him.

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