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agitophasia (s) (noun) (no pl)
1. Excessively fast speech when some words are not properly spoken or they are missing when a person is talking: Agitophasia can also be described as rapid speech when terms, syllables, and sounds are left out, mumbled, or faulty.
2. Etymology: from Latin agito, "to hurry" + Greek phasis, "speech".
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