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noun 
  1. a ditch along the side of a road
  2. a duct or channel beneath the eaves of a building to carry rain water
  3. grooves down the sides of a bowling lane
  4. a space between printed columns of text
  5. a drainage channel
  6. something distasteful or morally questionable
verb 
  1. to flow or stream; to form gutters
  2. (context, of a candle) to melt away or fail from becoming channeled on one side
  3. (context, of a small flame) to flicker as if about to be extinguished
adjective 
  1. suitable for the gutter; vulgar, disreputable
Etymology: Anglo-Norman gotere, from gotiere ( gouttière), ultimately from gutta "drop".


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