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a form of lalling in which consonants or syllables that are difficult to pronounce are omitted.
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Speech characterized by omission of consonants or syllables when the person is unable to pronounce them. Synonym: clipped speech
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References in periodicals archive
Sir Malcolm's clipped speech
echoes Harry Enfield's Cholmondley Walner - telling listeners, "Don't be nervous", for what he describes as a series of very reasonable tests.
This paper deals with the problem of peak clipped speech
. Our basic assumption is that the clipped speech
is voiced and can be linearly predicted with a high accuracy.
A somewhat plodding writer, Rushing never manages to capture what clearly were enormous emotional highs and lows, preferring a steady, monotonal narrative that barely escapes a Marine's habit of clipped speech
. Still, Rushing has posed questions that do and should trouble journalism's coverage of this war.