Meaning of agrammatism

a•gram•ma•tism

Pronunciation: (ā-gram'u-tiz"um, u-gram'-), [key]
— n. Pathol.
  1. a type of aphasia, usually caused by cerebral disease, characterized by an inability to construct a grammatical or intelligible sentence while retaining the ability to speak single words. Also called
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