English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'utter'

(verb) 
Definition
to express something in sounds or words
They departed without uttering a word.
Synonyms
say
I hope you didn't say anything about me.
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state
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
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speak
The very act of speaking the words gave him comfort.
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voice
Scientists have voiced concern that the disease could be passed to humans.
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express
He expressed grave concern at their attitude.
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deliver
He will deliver a speech about schools.
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mouth
I mouthed some sympathetic platitudes.
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breathe
He never breathed a word about our conversation.
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pronounce
Have I pronounced your name correctly?
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articulate
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
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enunciate
She enunciated each word slowly and carefully.
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put into words
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verbalize
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vocalize
(verb) 
Synonyms
publish
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
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reveal
She has refused to reveal her daughter's whereabouts.
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declare
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
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proclaim
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
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divulge
He was charged with divulging state secrets.
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promulgate
Such behaviour promulgates a negative image of the British.
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make known
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give expression to
(adjective) 
Definition
total or absolute
A look of utter confusion swept across his handsome face.
Synonyms
absolute
A sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
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complete
He made me look like a complete idiot.
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total
The car was in a total mess.
I mean I'm not a total idiot.
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perfect
She behaved like a perfect fool.
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positive (informal)
He was in a positive fury.
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pure
The old man turned to give her a look of pure surprise.
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sheer
acts of sheer desperation
,
stark usually derogatory)
They are motivated, he said, by stark fear.
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outright
He told me an outright lie.
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all-out
He launched an all-out attack on his critics.
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thorough
I was a thorough little academic snob.
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downright (derogatory)
downright bad manners
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real
You must think I'm a real idiot.
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consummate
He was a consummate liar and exaggerator.
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veritable
a veritable feast of entertainment
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unqualified
The event was an unqualified success.
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out-and-out
You're an out-and-out liar.
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unadulterated
It was pure, unadulterated hell.
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unmitigated
A senior police officer had called him an unmitigated liar.
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thoroughgoing
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arrant (derogatory)
That's the most arrant nonsense I've ever heard.
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deep-dyed usually derogatory)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of all-out
Definition
using one's maximum powers
He launched an all-out attack on his critics.
in the sense of arrant
Definition
utter or downright
That's the most arrant nonsense I've ever heard.
in the sense of articulate
Definition
to express coherently in words
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
Synonyms
say,
put across,
put into words,
verbalize,
asseverate (formal)

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