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Synonyms for stammer

stutter

Synonyms

speech impediment

Synonyms for stammer

to introduce involuntary repetitions and pauses into one's speech

Synonyms

a speech impediment marked by involuntary repetitions and pauses

Synonyms for stammer

a speech disorder involving hesitations and involuntary repetitions of certain sounds

References in classic literature ?
I was just the same myself before I went to Switzerland; I stammered incoherently; one tries to express oneself and cannot.
MUSTAPHA CHAM HAS STAMMERED SINCE BEING A CHILD - BUT IS NOW HELPING OTHER PEOPLE TO OVERCOME THEIR STUTTER
Mum-of-two Angie Allbones stammered and stuttered her battle battle way through life.
Neural interactions in the brain's cerebellum were also overactive in people who stammered.
The list of celebrities who stammered is long and surprising.
Q I STAMMERED as a child but seemed to get over it completely when I was at university.
The comic turned traveller, whose own father stammered, is so concerned about youngsters suffering from this speech impediment that he has now lent his name to a special clinic.
The therapist quips: "You still stammered on the W," and the King replies: "Well, I had to throw in a few, so they knew it was me.