Profanity and obscenity; scabrous speech: This dictionary has a selection of gutter language
[1890+; gutter, ”appropriate to the gutter or sewer,” is found by 1849]
noun a foul-mouthed person Examples She is working on changing her ways and not being such a guttermouth. Word Origin 1965 Usage Note informal
[guht-er-snahyp] /ˈgʌt ərˌsnaɪp/ noun 1. a person belonging to or characteristic of the lowest social group in a city. 2. a street urchin. /ˈɡʌtəˌsnaɪp/ noun 1. a child who spends most of his time in the streets, esp in a slum area 2. a person regarded as having the behaviour, morals, etc, of one brought […]
- Gutter wound
gutter wound n. A tangential wound that makes a surface furrow without breaking the skin.
noun An exciting and suspenseful occasion; cliffhanger: It wasn’t a cakewalk, but it wasn’t exactly a gut-thumper either (1980s+)