Definition of stammerer in English:

stammerer

noun

  • See stammer

    • ‘Like many stammerers, Anthony would walk up to the bar and ask for a drink he didn't want, just because the name tripped off his tongue slightly more easily than that of his choice.’
    • ‘A self-help group for stammerers was today being launched in York and Scarborough to coincide with International Stammering Awareness Day.’
    • ‘Music was a vital escape route for Stephen, but recently, a new ground-breaking programme has been helping stammerers like Stephen worldwide.’
    • ‘At an open day promoting the McGuire Programme, which helps stammerers fight the speech condition, the former Bradford Cathedral chorister from East Bowling revealed he now delighted in giving media interviews and loved speaking.’
    • ‘Stammering is predominantly a ‘male’ condition (80% of all stammerers are male) and it usually affects the first-born male child.’

Pronunciation

stammerer

/ˈstamərə/