scamping speech

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scamp·ing speech

a form of lalling in which consonants or syllables that are difficult to pronounce are omitted.
Synonym(s): clipped speech

scamping speech

Speech characterized by omission of consonants or syllables when the person is unable to pronounce them. Synonym: clipped speech
See also: speech
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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.