Some articles on utter:
... Utter (1854–1912), Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island 1904-1905, Governor of Rhode Island 1905-1907, U.S ... Benjamin Utter ... Benjamin Utter, Rhode Island Republican Committeeman 1915-1928, Rhode Island State Representative 1925-1926 ...
... George Herbert Utter (July 24, 1854 – November 3, 1912) was a U.S ... Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, Utter moved with his parents to Westerly, Rhode Island in 1861 ... Utter served in the Rhode Island Senate (1889–1891), as Secretary of State of Rhode Island (1891–1894), and as Lieutenant Governor (1904) and Governor (1905–06) of Rhode Island ...
... a former scout for General Custer, arrived in camp with Wild Bill Hickok and Charlie Utter ... She idolized Hickok, is still friends with Charlie Utter (albeit begrudgingly), and forges a friendship with Doc Cochran, after their joint efforts in protecting Sofia Metz and the doctor's enlistment ... At the end of Season 1, she leaves camp, telling Utter that she cannot bear to be a drunk in the place where Hickok is buried ...
... Utter is a surname ... Notable people with the surname include Charlie Utter (1838-1912), American prospector Douglas Max Utter (born 1950), American painter George H ... Utter (1854-1912), Governor of Rhode Island Harriet Utter (1816-1882), one of the first Euro-Canadian settlers on what became the site of Arkona, Ontario Lauren Utter (born 1985 ...
... See also Charlie Utter Charles "Charlie" Utter (Dayton Callie) is the good friend of Hickok and Jane, and Hickok's sometime business partner ... Sworn to secrecy about the matter, Utter nevertheless takes the opportunity to administer a terrible beating to Wolcott on the pretext of Wolcott's ... on the real-life person "Colorado" Charlie Utter, a member of Wild Bill Hickok's entourage ...
More definitions of "utter":
- (adj): Total.
Example: "Utter seriousness"
- (adj): Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers.
Example: "Utter nonsense"
Synonyms: arrant, complete, consummate, double-dyed, everlasting, gross, perfect, pure, sodding, stark, staring, thoroughgoing
- (verb): Articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise.
Synonyms: express, verbalize, verbalise, give tongue to
- (verb): Put into circulation.
Example: "Utter counterfeit currency"
Famous quotes containing the word utter:
“Children pick up words as pigeons peas,
And utter them again as God shall please.”
“Though it is possible to utter words only with the intention to fulfill the will of God, it is very difficult not to think about the impression which they will produce on men and not to form them accordingly. But deeds you can do quite unknown to men, only for God. And such deeds are the greatest joy that a man can experience.”
—Leo Tolstoy (18281910)
“A small voice issued from a bed placed in utter darkness where no ray of light was admitted, complaining of bad nerves, low spirits, and terrible dreams.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)