dysfluency

[dis-floo-uhn-see]
noun, plural dysfluencies.

Origin:
by confusion of dys- with dis-1

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They might be characterized by an interruption in the flow or rhythm of speech, such as stuttering, which is called dysfluency.
In addition, these students may demonstrate recognition of their dysfluency and try to avoid specific sounds or words.
Fluency differentiates children's confirmed stuttering from normal dysfluency and yields a rating of stuttering severity.
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