[ an-ahr-three-uh ]
/ ænˈɑr θri ə /
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loss of articulate speech.
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OTHER WORDS FROM anarthriaan·ar·thric [an-ahr-thrik], /ænˈɑr θrɪk/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for anarthria
Then occurs dysarthria, and, if the path is totally impassable at any place, anarthria.The Mind of the Child, Part II|W. Preyer
Motor aphasia is, he believes, nothing more than a combination of sensory aphasia and anarthria.
British Dictionary definitions for anarthria
/ (ænˈɑːθrɪə) /
pathol loss of the ability to speak coherently
Word Origin for anarthria
C19: New Latin, from Greek anarthros lacking vigour, from an- + arthros joint
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Medical definitions for anarthria
[ ăn-är′thrē-ə ]
Loss of the motor ability that enables speech.
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