Simple past tense and past participle of stutter. (verb)
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Use "stuttered" in a sentence
"After the First World War, however, Arthur Sabin, one of the curators, began to focus on items that would interest children -- and the museum kind of stuttered on like this until the 1970s, when Roy Strong, director of the V&A, decided to officially dedicate the museum to childhood."
"If you're wondering why this is, the New York Times says that it is because "street scenes can open up in flashes between stopped cars, creating a kind of stuttered approximation of film:""
"` ` He kind of stuttered and then he said: 'You were underneath him.'"