To speak or utter with a spasmodic repetition or prolongation of sounds. (verb-transitive)
The act or habit of stuttering. (noun)
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Use "stutter" in a sentence
"The value, I may explain, of the stutter is that it is like hurling the javelin."
"His stutter is his only weakness and with Max to talk for him he's overcome that."
"Althouse: FWIW, I read that sentence as you meant it because I'm used to your writing, familiar with your views and know what you're referring to, but I did "stutter" for a second to make that adjustment ... in pretty much the exact way I do when I'm editing for pay something which I then "flag" for the following author query: "Are you confident everyone will read this as you intend it be understood?""