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Definition of "dyspraxia" [dyspraxia]

  • A disorder in which motor difficulties are caused by perceptual problems (noun)

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Use "dyspraxia" in a sentence
  • "The term dyspraxia comes from the word praxis, which means 'doing, acting'."
  • "Learner drivers with conditions such as dyspraxia, which affects hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness and short-term memory can find it even more challenging than most to get their licence."
  • "'Not only do these blend into other diagnoses, such as dyspraxia, but they are also commonly found in people who are not considered dyslexic,' he said."