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Studder vs. Stutter

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Studderverb

misspelling of stutter

Stutterverb

(ambitransitive) To speak with a spasmodic repetition of vocal sounds.

‘He stuttered a few words of thanks.’;

Studdernoun

misspelling of stutter

Stutterverb

(intransitive) To exhaust a gas with difficulty

‘The engine of the old car stuttered going up the slope. I was stuttering after the marathon.’;

Stutternoun

A speech disorder characterised by stuttering.

Stutternoun

(obsolete) One who stutters; a stammerer.

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Stutterverb

To hesitate or stumble in uttering words; to speak with spasmodic repetition or pauses; to stammer.

‘Trembling, stuttering, calling for his confessor.’;

Stutternoun

The act of stuttering; a stammer. See Stammer, and Stuttering.

Stutternoun

One who stutters; a stammerer.

Stutternoun

a speech disorder involving hesitations and involuntary repetitions of certain sounds

Stutterverb

speak haltingly;

‘The speaker faltered when he saw his opponent enter the room’;

Stutterverb

talk with continued involuntary repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants

‘the child was stuttering in fright’;

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Stutterverb

say something with difficulty, repeating the initial consonants of words

‘he shyly stuttered out an invitation to the cinema’; ‘‘W-what's happened?’ she stuttered’;

Stutterverb

(of a machine or gun) produce a series of short, sharp sounds

‘she flinched as a machine gun stuttered nearby’;

Stutterverb

progress in an irregular way

‘the stuttering economy’;

Stutternoun

a tendency to stutter while speaking

‘‘She's p-perfectly j-justified,’ he said with his intermittent stutter’;

Stutternoun

a series of short, sharp sounds produced by a machine or gun

‘a machine gun shattered the quiet with its explosive stutter’;

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