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gut·ter (gŭt′ər)n.1. A channel at the edge of a street or road for carrying off surface water.2. A trough fixed under or along the eaves for draining rainwater from a roof. Also called regionally eaves trough, rainspout, spouting.3. A furrow or groove formed by running water.4. A trough or channel for carrying something off, such as that on either side of a bowling alley or that almost level with the water in some swimming pools.5. Printing The white space formed by the inner margins of two facing pages, as of a book.6. A degraded and squalid class or state of human existence.v. gut·tered, gut·ter·ing, gut·ters v.tr.1. To form gutters or furrows in: Heavy rain guttered the hillside.2. To provide with gutters.v.intr.1. To flow in channels or rivulets: Rainwater guttered along the curb.2. To melt away through the side of the hollow formed by a burning wick. Used of a candle.3. To burn low and unsteadily; flicker: The flame guttered in the lamp.adj. Vulgar, sordid, or unprincipled: gutter language; the gutter press.[Middle English goter, guter, from Old French gotier, from gote, drop, from Latin gutta.]Our Living Language Certain household words have proved important as markers for major US dialect boundaries. The channels along the edge of a r