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reading

 [rēd´ing]
understanding of written or printed symbols representing words.
lip reading (speech reading) understanding of speech through observation of the speaker's lip movements.

speech reading

use by people with hearing impairment of nonauditory clues as to what is being said through observing the speaker's facial expressions, lip and jaw movements, and other gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading

lip reading

speech read·ing

(spēch rēd'ing)
Use, by people with hearing impairments, of nonauditory clues as to what is being said, acquired by observing the speaker's facial expressions, lip and jaw movements, and other gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading.

speech read·ing

(spēch rēd'ing)
Use, by people with hearing impairments, of nonauditory clues as to what is being said, acquired by observing the speaker's facial expressions and gestures.
Synonym(s): lip reading.
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Campbell and Dodd (1984) found that irrelevant speech impaired recall of lipread but nor graphic lists.
Jones (1994) compared the effects of steady-state and changing state irrelevant speech on lipread and graphic digit lists and found that only changing state speech disrupted recall -- and to an equal degree for both list types (Jones, 1994, Experiments 1a and 1b).
I was too exhausted to lipread what the staff were saying, or communicate on paper.
Gwen found she often suffered from headaches due to the deafening noise of the looms and, like the other girls, she had to learn how to lipread.
Anyone who managed to lipread skipper Richie McCaw's foul-mouthed rant at his players after Davies' try would have seen the growing frustration at their frailties around the fringes.
Most of the Scottish programmes discriminate against the deaf by not having subtitles - since I cannot lipread - yet still pay the same licence fee -I have to scramble around for a way to understand what is going on.
250/1 For those of you that can't lipread, he's not happy with that challenge
My main concern with the teacher wearing a veil to teach is the fact that special needs children are being placed in mainstream schools and some of these children with hearing and speech problems need to be able to see the mouth in order to lipread.
At a town council meeting last month Mr Cooke refused to apologise to the couple and later suggested the misunderstanding may have arisen because Mr Hill is partially deaf and lipreads.
Caine says he now lipreads on set because they mumble so much it's hard to know when his cue is.