Top Utter Quotes

  • Only a mind that is deeply stirred can utter something noble and beyond the power of others. – Seneca

    Only a mind that is deeply stirred can utter something noble and beyond the power of others.– Seneca

  • The thing I love most about Advent is the heartbreak. The utter and complete heartbreak. – Jerusalem Jackson Greer

    The thing I love most about Advent is the heartbreak. The utter and complete heartbreak.– Jerusalem Jackson Greer

  • Before i could utter a word, my listeners had left me long ago. – Michael Bassey Johnson

    Before i could utter a word, my listeners had left me long ago.– Michael Bassey Johnson

  • Every word that I utter matters and this makes me speechless. – Amit Abraham

    Every word that I utter matters and this makes me speechless.– Amit Abraham

  • The wheel of fortune that had once raised her so high had taken her into the utter depths. – Bernard Cornwell

    The wheel of fortune that had once raised her so high had taken her into the utter depths.– Bernard Cornwell

  • I shall now express my utter disgust and anger with you through the piano. – Akira Sasanuma

    I shall now express my utter disgust and anger with you through the piano.– Akira Sasanuma

  • To find the Father of all is hard. And when found, it is impossible to utter Him. – Socrates

    To find the Father of all is hard. And when found, it is impossible to utter Him.– Socrates

  • true love is felonious-¦ You take someone’s breath away-¦ You rob them of the ability to utter a single word-¦ You steal a heart. – Jodi Picoult

    true love is felonious-¦ You take someone’s breath away-¦ You rob them of the ability to utter a single word-¦ You steal a heart.– Jodi Picoult

  • He kissed me fiercely, with an utter abandon that I could no more put a halt to than I could stop an avalanche. – Colleen Houck

    He kissed me fiercely, with an utter abandon that I could no more put a halt to than I could stop an avalanche.– Colleen Houck

  • The cynicism of utter solitude is a calvary relieved by insolence. – Emil M Cioran

    The cynicism of utter solitude is a calvary relieved by insolence.– Emil M Cioran