Total or partial loss of the ability to perform coordinated movements or manipulate objects in the absence of motor or sensory impairment.(noun)
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Use "apraxia" in a sentence
"We took him to the doctors, the developmental pediatricians, and they said oh, he has something called apraxia, which is a fancy label for a speech delay."
"And apraxia, which is often caused by a stroke, is a serious disorder that disrupts neural programming and often leaves its patients unable to speak at all."
"His mind remains sharp but he contends with a disorder called apraxia, which affects his speech."