Meaning of utterer in English:

utterer

noun

See utter

  • ‘If we really believe that God speaks through the Church then of course we believe that the Church will utter things which even the utterer does not fully comprehend.’
  • ‘In ‘The Discourse of History,’ Barthes parallels the objective type of historian's concealment of himself as utterer of his own discourse to that of the so called ‘realist’ novelist.’
  • ‘New sets of words, new collocations of old phrases are new, whatever the expressed intention of the utterer.’
  • ‘Every ‘utterance’ is therefore laden with the social and political intentions of the utterer and the social and political expectations of the receiver.’
  • ‘The canonical punishment for theft was amputation of a hand, for example, and the utterer of blasphemy could have his tongue cut out.’

Pronunciation

utterer

/ˈʌtərə/