Definition of dysgraphic in US English:

dysgraphic

adjective

Psychiatry
  • See dysgraphia

    • ‘There's the point that's broken (whether you're true dyslexic, dysgraphic, dysnumerate, or something else) and the bits of the brain that you've overdeveloped by using them to compensate.’
    • ‘She feels sorry for him and wonders if being dysgraphic means she has escaped some hardships.’
    • ‘Interestingly, this same overall pattern is also discussed by Badecker for dysgraphic patients.’

Pronunciation

dysgraphic

/-ˈɡrafik/