dyslectic
dyslectic dyslectic adj. having impaired ability to comprehend written words; a condition usually associated with a neurologic disorder.

Syn: dyslexic. [WordNet 1.5]


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  • dyslectic — dys·lec·tic dis lek tik adj or n DYSLEXIC …   Medical dictionary

  • dyslectic — n. one suffering from dyslexia (learning disability, reading disability) adj. suffering from dyslexia (type of learning disability) …   English contemporary dictionary

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