what i do involuntary. it is a discordance b/t the tongue lips and jaw. also believed to be involved with the bones of the inner ear. there are methods of retraining the vocal patterns of stuttering, but they are very hard to maintain, for it take total concentration for the stutterer, no just what he says, but how be breathes, how he begins his speech, all the way down to the next breath. for you fellow stutterers, check out www.stuttering.org. works wonders. 2 week school in Roanoke, Va.
hard "E" and "A" sounds, as in "everyone," or "apple." caused by too much pressure on the vocal folds (IAP, Increased Articalitory Pressure), compounded by the tightening of the tongue, lips, jaw, and everyone in the f-ing room staring at you wondering what you are gonna say. is it Apple? Against? Antartica? Ant? wow, the suspence! such is the suffering of stuttering.
by wode December 15, 2006
stammering or repeating one word once or twice when you're nervous about something or someone
damn that girls beauty got me stuttering while speaking to Jim this morning
by tboyjones February 17, 2011