from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who stammers or stutters in speaking.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who stammers.
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Agent nounof stammer; one who stammers; a stutterer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who speaks with involuntary pauses and repetitions
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Another thing which I always thought peculiar when I was a stammerer was the fact that I had practically no difficulty in talking to animals when I was alone with them.
The physical condition of the stammerer is the result of many factors.
BALBUS, literally "stammerer," the name of several Roman families.
Let me tell you, for a stutterer, a stammerer, to be heard is a wonderful thing.
Since then, he's appeared in myriad period pieces, including as the archbishop in another tale of a stammerer, The King's Speech, a Roman senator in another Oscar winner, Gladiator, and the crimesolving monk in PBS' Mystery! series Cadfael.
In a hotel room a teenage girl, a stammerer who is prone to fits, has unwilling sex with a foul-mouthed (is there any other kind?) reporter.
"Sometimes people write about me that I'm a cured stammerer, but that's not the case."
Bertie had to have the will to recover, the support of family and friends even of Churchill, a childhood stammerer himself, and an expert to teach him how to function beyond his disability.
The servant was a woman named Toussaint, whom Jean Valjean had saved from the hospital and from wretchedness, and who was elderly, a stammerer, and from the provinces, three qualities which had decided Jean Valjean to take her with him.
Written in 1934 but certainly not dated, Graves captures the backroom intrigues of Imperial Rome as told through the character of Claudius, a seemingly incompetent stammerer forced at knife point to become Emperor.