An example of anutterance is something that is said after accepting an award.
- the act of uttering, or expressing by voice
- the power or style of speaking
- that which is uttered; esp., a word or words uttered, whether written or spoken
Origin of utteranceME: see utter and amp; -ance
Origin of utteranceME, altered (infl. by utter) ; from Middle French outrance: see outrance
- a. The act of uttering; vocal expression.b. The power of speaking; speech: as long as I have utterance.c. A manner of speaking: argued with forceful utterance.
- Something uttered or expressed; a statement.
Origin of utteranceMiddle English, from Old French outrance, from outrer, to go beyond limits, from Vulgar Latin *ultr&amacron;re, from Latin ultr&amacron;, beyond; see al-1 in Indo-European roots.
- An act of uttering.
- Something spoken.
- The ability to speak.
- Manner of speaking.
- He has a good utterance.
From utter +"Ž -ance
- (now literary) The utmost extremity (of a fight etc.).
From Old French oultrance.