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n. cross between "utter" and "blab/blubber/bluster" and such. Meant to convey a sense of poorly chosen words spoken in passion.
Bernie: She said what she heard wouldn't be hearsay. She looked it up. We were arguing, so it would qualify as an excited blutterance.
Alan Shore: Blutterance isn't even a word, much less a defense! You murdered someone over a fake word!

-Alan Shore (James Spader) Boston Legal
by k80theshade March 03, 2009
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