buccal speech

buc·cal speech

(buk'ăl spēch)
A way to produce a sound source for speech by trapping air between the cheek and teeth and squeezing it out while articulating; sometimes used when the larynx is absent or nonfunctional for speech.
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Children''s entertainment has moved on and there would appear to be no call for buccal speech.