Stuttering

[Loick Essien song] `Stuttering` is a song by R&B singer Loick Essien. The song features vocals from hip hop group, N-Dubz. The track is the third single released from his upcoming debut studio album, Identity. It was released on February 4, 2011 via Sony Music Entertainment. The song entered the UK Singles Chart at number 36, making it his...
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Stuttering

[Fefe Dobson song] `Stuttering` is a song by Canadian singer–songwriter Fefe Dobson from her second (released) studio album, Joy. It was produced by J. R. Rotem, and co-written by Fefe Dobson, J. R. Rotem, and Claude Kelly. The song was released as a single on September 7, 2010 by 21 Music and The Island Def Jam Motown Music Group and off...
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stuttering

Type: Term Definitions: 1. laliophobia.
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Stuttering

Stut'ter·ing noun The act of one who stutters; -- restricted by some physiologists to defective speech due to inability to form the proper sounds, the breathing being normal, as distinguished from stammering .
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Stuttering

Stut'ter·ing adjective Apt to stutter; hesitating; stammering. -- Stut'ter*ing*ly , adverb
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stuttering

The act of one who stutters; restricted by some physiologists to defective speech due to inability to form the proper sounds, the breathing being normal, as distinguished from stammering. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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stuttering

(stut´әr-ing) a speech disorder characterized by involuntary hesitation in starting or finishing a sound, such as difficulty in starting words beginning with t, or the inability to get beyond a first letter such as m or s. See also stammering.
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Stuttering

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Stutter • (n.) The act of one who stutters; -- restricted by some physiologists to defective speech due to inability to form the proper sounds, the breathing being normal, as distinguished from stammering. • (a.) Apt to stutter; hesitating; stammering.
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stuttering

speech defect affecting the rhythm and fluency of speech and characterized by involuntary repetition of sounds or syllables and the intermittent ... [3 related articles]
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stuttering

stuttering or stammering,speech disorder marked by hesitation and inability to enunciate consonants without spasmodic repetition. Known technically as dysphemia, it has sometimes been attributed to an underlying personality disorder. About half of all those who have speech and voice defects suffer f...
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stuttering

Type: Term Pronunciation: stŭt′ĕr-ing Definitions: 1. A phonatory or articulatory disorder, characteristically beginning in childhood, with intense anxiety about the efficiency of oral communications, and characterized by dysfluency: hesitations, repetitions, and prolongations of sounds and syllables, interjections, broken words, ci...
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Stuttering

[Don`t Say] `Stuttering (Don`t Say)` is a song by Wild Orchid, released as the first and only single from their third album, Fire. This was also the final single the trio released. ==Chart performance== Despite the positive reviews the song received, `Stuttering (Don`t Say)` failed to make any significant impact on the airplay charts in the...
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Stuttering

Stuttering (ŋ; alalia syllabaris), also known as stammering (ŋ; alalia literalis or anarthria literalis), is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases as well as involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the person who stutters is unable to pr...
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