2. To emit something as a
sound made by the voice.
3. To publish something, e.g. in a book or newspaper.
4. To put something into circulation, especially counterfeit money or a forgery, under the pretense that it is genuine.
2. (adjective) Pure, absolute, unadulterated; primarily used in describing abstract concepts or feelings, rather than material objects.
Contrary to what some may believe, “utter” is NEVER a noun. Cows do not have “utters;” those would be udders. No person or thing can have or act on an “utter,” as there is no such thing as an “utter.” The only acceptable noun form of “utter” is utterance.
2. The monk experienced utter bliss as he achieved enlightenment.
2) Complete, full; in reference to abstract concepts, rather than objects.
2) Steven’s utter happiness was kept hidden under the indifferent expression he always carried.
“That herb we smoked last night- it was utter.”