Definition of Stutterers

1. Noun. (plural of stutterer) ¹



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Definition of Stutterers

1. stutterer [n] - See also: stutterer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stutterers

sturnine
sturnoid
sturnuses
sturt
sturted
sturting
sturtite
sturts
stush
stushie
stushies
stutter
stutter gun
stuttered
stutterer
stutterers (current term)
stuttering
stuttering(a)
stutteringly
stutterings
stutters
stuttery
sty
styca
stycas
stycerin
stychomythia
stychomythias
stye
styed

Literary usage of Stutterers

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1. Stammering and stuttering by James Hunt (1870)
"—Number of stutterers in the whole world.—Number of stutterers in England.—Map of England.—Stuttering among Females.—Itard. ..."

2. Diseases of the eye and disorders of speech in childhood by Oskar Everbusch, Max Nadoleczny (1914)
"The number of stutterers is somewhat reduced in the ninth year, ... Gutzmann estimates that 50 per cent, of stutterers are backward pupils, although on the ..."

3. The Psychology of Childhood by Frederick Tracy, Joseph Stimpfl (1909)
"11.7 per cent of the stutterers were from 7 to 8 years old. ... In the Berlin public schools about 1 per cent of the pupils were stutterers. ..."

4. King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of by Charles John Plumptre (1881)
"... the various letters of the English alphabet, singly and in combination—Full Tables of Exercises for Practice, as applicable to Stammerers, stutterers, ..."

5. The Art of Breathing as the Basis of Tone-production: ("the Old Italian by Leo Kofler (1890)
"The Treatment of stutterers. The treatment of stutterers must be in accord with this conclusion. What is nervousness ? It may be defined as being the fear ..."

6. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1894)
"The above table is constructed to show the percentage distribution of the stutterers of each sex, and of the two sexes combined, in the different grades. ..."

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