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- adj. Of or relating to dysgraphia.
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The final montage of the "Poker Face" music video makes the Sistine Chapel or "The Persistence of Memory" look like the work of a dysgraphic kindergartener.
Three, get a load of those tea-party yokels, with their funny hats and dysgraphic signage, and keep this in mind: They are opposed to the Democrats, but what they are really looking for is an alternative to the establishment Republicans, whom they distrust, with good reason, when it comes to the bottom-line question of balancing the budget and getting our fiscal affairs in good order.
Logan is dyslexic and dysgraphic, so school has never been easy for him.
She is probably dyslexic and possibly dysgraphic on top of the behavioral issues.