utterance


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utterance

Logic philosophy an element of spoken language, esp a sentence
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The commonest utterances of the commonest citizens in the time of the Colour Revolt seem to have been suffused with a richer tinge of word or thought; and to that era we are even now indebted for our finest poetry and for whatever rhythm still remains in the more scientific utterance of these modern days.
I will—I will,” cried the youth, with a kind of hysterical utterance.
All public utterances were cheery and optimistic, but privately many of the utters were in desperate straits.
with the lingering utterance which affection gives to the word.
Rosamond's thin utterance threw into the words "What can--I--do
said Rosamond, whose very lips seemed to get thinner with the thinness of her utterance.
She would have given the world to be able to speak--and to make them understand that she hoped no coolness, no slight, would appear in their behaviour to him;--but she had no utterance, and was obliged to leave all to their own discretion.
No English poet before him has ever excelled his utterances on music, none has so much as rivalled his utterances on art.
utterances, the absurdity being attested by his motley costume.
She was overcome with sleep, and answered him with little half utterances.
Unlike the lab process of noisy utterance collection described in the first study, this synthetic means of noisy utterance collection is much more powerful and can be applied to thousands of utterances once the initial background noise and CIRs are collected.