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- n. A form of aphasia characterized by abnormally slow speech
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In pathology, slowness of speech due to mental defect or disease.
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_ -- Under the same circumstances as in the case of bradyphrasia the (slow) speech may be marred and may become unintelligible because the train of thought is confused -- e. g., in persons "drunk" with sleep -- so that words are uttered that do not correspond to the original ideas.