mutterer

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Etymology[edit]

mutter +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

mutterer (plural mutterers)

  1. One who mutters.
    • 1926, Rafael Sabatini, Bellarion the Fortunate, Chapter 3, [1]
      "To accuse a priest!" said someone in a tone of indignation, and a murmur arose at once in sympathy. ¶ It moved the young officer to mirth. He half-swung on his heel so as to confront those mutterers.
    • c. 1954, Jack Kerouac, Untitled poem, in Book of Sketches, 1952-57, Penguin, 2006, p. 239,
      I, mutterer to / myself in childhood French []

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