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Things stuttering often describes (“stuttering ________”)
children, devices, speakers, device, therapy, group, speech, groups

Descriptive words:
developmental, early, primary, severe, neurogenic, voluntary, secondary, more, chronic, psychogenic, persistent, mild, true, less, operant, most, overt, much, incipient, real, occasional, easy, borderline, hysterical, advanced, fluent, non, actual, induced, adult, intermediate, onset, initial, slight, frequent, transient, called, residual, fake, minor, acquired, interiorized, ordinary, transitional, longer, nervous, artificial, neurotic, genuine, idiopathic, clonic, traumatic, infinite, acceptable, usual, typical, witted, adolescent, moderate, pathological, finite, involuntary, simulated, dysarthric, controlled, wetting, inelegant, tonic, repetitive, consequent, urinary, slow, continued, incoherent, summary, incurable, covert, transitory

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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Book See stuttering used in context: 9 rhymes, several books and articles.

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