- a person subject to or having dyslexia.
- of or relating to dyslexia.
Origin of dyslexic
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Examples from the Web for dyslexic
As a dyslexic,” he said, “the spell checker has transformed my life.We All Have a Rosebud in Our Pasts
October 15, 2014
If he is dyslexic, at least we can get something done to help him.Your Kid's Dyslexia Diagnosis Is B.S.
April 1, 2014
Ruettiger struggled to even get admitted to Notre Dame, laboring through junior college where he was diagnosed as dyslexic.7 Great Football Flicks From Horse Feathers to Friday Night Lights
The Daily Beast
January 28, 2014
It surprises exactly no one in Hollywood that as a child, Ari was diagnosed as hyperactive and dyslexic.Hollywood's New Don
June 8, 2009
To those who have problems with writing or reading, the labels legasthenic and dyslexic are applied.The Civilization of Illiteracy
- Of or relating to dyslexia.
- A person affected by dyslexia.
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