stutter[ stuht-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF stutter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STUTTER
A brusque question caused him to stutter to the point of suffocation.
This family, sir, is called Dalton, and not even a stutter can make that Dawkins.
Have you ever heard a light-yellow, lean, sad, earnest Chinaman stutter in Pidgin-English?
We had no warning, you see,” said Stutter, “that things were changed.
One happy word from you would save me a relapse into stutter.
Considered I was like Lamb—on the strength of the stutter, I believe.
II he could do nothing but stutter and seemed overcome with embarrassment.
Dick couldn't spell his own name—couldn't answer a question without a stutter.
In this supreme moment he was not going to have his dignity impaired by a stutter.
He shut off the receiver just as it started to stutter a shocked reply.