agitophasia

ag·i·to·pha·si·a

(aj'i-tō-fā'zē-ă),
Abnormally rapid speech in which words are imperfectly spoken or dropped out of a sentence.
Synonym(s): agitolalia
[L. agito, to hurry, + G. phasis, speech]

agitophasia

[aj′itōfā′zhə]
Etymology: L, agitare + Gk, phasis, speech
a condition characterized by abnormally rapid speech in which words, sounds, or syllables are unconsciously omitted, slurred, or distorted. The condition is commonly associated with agitographia. Also called agitolalia.

agitophasia

A near-extinct term for rapid speech in which words, sounds or syllables are unconsciously omitted, slurred or distorted; approximates tachyphasia.

ag·i·to·pha·si·a

(aj'i-tō-fā'zē-ă)
Rapid speech with deletion and distortion of sounds and words.
[L. agito, to hurry, + G. phasis, speech]