Definition of Speech defect

1. Noun. A disorder of oral speech.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speech Defect

speech act
speech acts
speech articulation tests
speech audiogram
speech audiometer
speech audiometry
speech balloon
speech balloons
speech bubble
speech bubbles
speech bulb
speech centres
speech communication
speech community
speech day
speech defect (current term)
speech discrimination tests
speech disfluencies
speech disfluency
speech disorder
speech disorders
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speech intelligibility
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Literary usage of Speech defect

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1. A Dictionary of Psychological Medicine: Giving the Definition, Etymology and by Daniel Hack Tuke (1892)
"Example: A woman, aged twenty-eight, under the care of Dr. Bury, attended, on account of slight speech defect with paresis of right side of face and right ..."

2. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"The term is thus a most general one, and includes the various forms of speech defect— sensory and motor, complete and partial, defects in speaking and in ..."

3. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"The term is thus a most general one, and includes the various forms of speech defect— sensory and motor, complete and partial, defects in speaking and in ..."

4. An Introduction to Neurology by Charles Judson Herrick (1915)
"Distinctive names have been given to the more important types of speech defect as clinically observed; such as agraphia or inability to write correctly, ..."

5. Speech Defects in School Children and how to Treat Them by Walter Babcock Swift (1918)
"There are usually deep-lying causes of speech defect which elude ordinary ... We are too apt to think of speech defect as a matter of mouth utterance only. ..."

6. Speech Defects in School Children and how to Treat Them by Walter Babcock Swift (1918)
"There are usually deep-lying causes of speech defect which elude ordinary ... We are too apt to think of speech defect as a matter of mouth utterance only. ..."

7. Speech Defects in School Children and how to Treat Them by Walter Babcock Swift (1918)
"There are usually deep-lying causes of speech defect which elude ordinary observation. We are too apt to think of speech defect as a' matter of .mouth ..."

8. The Quarterly Journal of Public Speaking (1917)
"A child with a speech defect is not only held back in school because of his inability to express himself, but is also poorly adjusted to social and economic ..."

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