Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Relating to or suffering from dysphasia.

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Examples

  • Language dysfunction is known as dysphasic language dysfunction.

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  • Co-written by the Cribs 'Ryan Jarman, "What Is My Role" is a dysphasic existentialist keeper.

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  • It only took a second for my tongue to say it, but hours to reflect on the implications of my dysphasic faux pas.

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  • Consider the Bush brand of big-government, worse-than-nanny-state, fiscally-catastrophic, corrupt, sexually dysphasic, follow-the-fuhrer conservativism which has so lately begun to become unfashionable in Washington thank the FSM, ra-men!

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  • Was he really dysphasic in his final years, or does that diagnosis cloak a more sinister reality?

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  • A symptom of migraine aura is "dysphasic language dysfunction," in which people know what they want to say but they can't get the words out.

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  • The severe affliction suffered by so many of Herzog's characters-the dysphasic Kasper Hauser, utterly deprived of human contact for the majority of his life; the god-fearing, paranoid-schizophrenic Woyzeck; the traumatized prisoner of war, Dieter Dengler-is always presented as a means by which these characters achieve what Herzog calls "a radical human dignity."

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