Definition of "stuttered" [stuttered]

  • 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.'"
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