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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A speaker who has trouble pronouncing certain letters.

Usage examples (24)
  • Churchill was -- didn't go to university, couldn't get in; he was a lisp -- lisper, stutterer.
  • The latest brain-dead decision (to let their lisper in residence, Jonathan Ross, walk from the corporation) is one which confounds me.
  • BRIAN LAMB, host: James C. Humes, author of "Confessions of a White House Ghostwriter," I understand from your book that you started off in life as a lisper and a stutterer?
  • My only thought was … please don't let him be a lisper for more
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