Splutter – meaning of the word and examples

If someone splutters, they make short sounds and have difficulty speaking clearly, for example because they are embarrassed or angry. (Collins Dictionary)

If someone splutters, they make short sounds and have difficulty speaking clearly, for example because they are embarrassed or angry. (Collins Dictionary)

If something splutters, it makes a series of short, sharp sounds. (Collins Dictionary)

(of a person) to speak in a quick and confused way, producing short, unclear noises because of surprise, anger, etc. or (of a person or thing) to make a series of noises similar to this. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A confused noise (as of hasty speaking) (Merriam – Webster)

A splashing or sputtering sound. (Merriam – Webster)

Examples

The Free Dictionary. Splutter.

https://www.thefreedictionary.com/splutter

Australian science: healthy but starting to splutter.

https://theconversation.com/australian-science-healthy-but-starting-to-splutter-7194

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