(redirected from dysgraphic)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
  • noun

Words related to dysgraphia

impaired ability to learn to write

References in periodicals archive ?
Similarly, the student who says he "would prefer to write the paper at home" may be dysgraphic (a person with writing difficulty), or have time management issues, or both.
For instance, Baxter and Warrington (1987) studied a lexical dysgraphic who appeared to lack the ability to use the direct route but who could spell nonsense syllables and orthographically unambiguous (i.