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Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Laven attended regular social events and in-person meetings which provided frequent opportunities to speak and helped provide the necessary practice for his stammer.
REMOTE WORKING SPOTLIGHTS NEURODIVERSITY CHALLENGESJESSICA DAVIESDECEMBER 21, 2020DIGIDAY
That’s the reality for Will Laven, an operations executive for Publicis Media, who has a stammer that has become accentuated as a direct result of the enforced remote working thrust on most industries in the last nine months.
REMOTE WORKING SPOTLIGHTS NEURODIVERSITY CHALLENGESJESSICA DAVIESDECEMBER 21, 2020DIGIDAY
That all warms up my stammer ready for when I have a meeting or a catch up with my team.
REMOTE WORKING SPOTLIGHTS NEURODIVERSITY CHALLENGESJESSICA DAVIESDECEMBER 21, 2020DIGIDAY
Malcolm was hardly able to stammer his acceptance of the appointment thus offered, but the General had no time for useless talk.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
He becomes quiet and less boisterous only to stammer out some idle talk and some nonsense.
THE 'CHARACTERS' OF JEAN DE LA BRUYREJEAN DE LA BRUYRE
There was nothing in the question to make me blush and stammer, yet I did both.
THE ROSE OF OLD ST. LOUISMARY DILLON
We must pass over Peter as usual, or will you try again once more—I will not say to read, but to stammer through a sentence.
HEIDIJOHANNA SPYRI
He began to stammer out something like gentleness, and something like reproof.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION,VARIOUS
"I would rather wait till some other time, papa," she managed to stammer, while her little face flushed with embarrassment.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
But, George, you may—it is possible—” she seemed to stammer and hesitate—“you may be forming new ties.
THE SHADOW OF ASHLYDYATMRS. HENRY WOOD
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO STAMMER

  • balancing
  • dangling
  • faltering
  • fluttering
  • lurching
  • pivoting
  • quivering
  • reeling
  • rocking
  • seesawing
  • staggering
  • stammering
  • stumbling
  • swaying
  • teeter-tottering
  • toppling
  • tottering
  • trembling
  • trembling precariously
  • wavering
  • weaving
  • wiggling
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