Definition of Retardates

1. Noun. (plural of retardate) ¹



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Definition of Retardates

1. retardate [n] - See also: retardate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Retardates

retallied
retallies
retally
retallying
retamas
retapamulin
retape
retaped
retapes
retaping
retard
retardance
retardant
retardants
retardate
retardates (current term)
retardation
retardation plate
retardational
retardations
retardative
retarded
retarded dentition
retarded depression
retardedly
retardedness
retardent
retarder
retarders
retarding

Literary usage of Retardates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Conference on Educational Measurements: Proceedings by Indiana University Extension Division (1914)
"This record is much better than that usually found in the elementary school and is no doubt due to the fact that the majority of retardates have been ..."

2. Adjustment of School Organization to Various Population Groups by Robert Alexander Fyfe McDonald (1915)
"Sometimes she assists accelerates who are seeking to gain a grade, but more frequently she is called upon to help retardates ..."

3. The Mental Health of the School Child: The Psycho-educational Clinic in by John Edward Wallace Wallin (1914)
"A considerable percentage of the retardates, however, are retarded because of (2) ... Then there is (3) a smaller proportion of retardates who are mentally ..."

4. The Mental Health of the School Child: The Psycho-educational Clinic in by John Edward Wallace Wallin (1914)
"A considerable percentage of the retardates, however, are retarded because of ... J Then there is (3) a smaller proportion of retardates who are mentally ..."

5. The Intelligence of School Children: How Children Differ in Ability, the Use by Lewis Madison Terman (1919)
"Notwithstanding the persistent campaign which has been waged against the evils of retardation for the last dozen years, the number of retardates remains ..."

6. The Intelligence of School Children: How Children Differ in Ability, the Use by Lewis Madison Terman (1919)
"... the number of retardates remains to-day much the same as it was when the campaign began. We are justified in raising the question whether the most ..."

7. The Intelligence of School Children: How Children Differ in Ability, the Use by Lewis Madison Terman (1919)
"Notwithstanding the persistent campaign which has been waged against the evils of retardation for the last dozen years, the number of retardates remains ..."

8. Assessing Psychopathology and Behavior Problems in Persons With Mental (1994)
"Changes in adaptive behavior in institutionalized retardates in response to ... Determinants of institutional release and prognosis in retardates. ..."

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