apragmatism a·prag·ma·tism (ə-prāg’mə-tĭz’əm)
An interest in theory or dogma rather than practical results.
ap’rag·mat’ic (āp’rāg-māt’ĭk) adj.
a disorder of the nervous system, characterized by an inability to perform purposeful movements, but not accompanied by a loss of sensory function or paralysis. Historical Examples Similar to apraxia is “aphasia” or loss of ability to speak. Psychology Robert S. Woodworth The one form of memory disturbance is called “Word Amnesia;” the other is […]
a disorder of the nervous system, characterized by an inability to perform purposeful movements, but not accompanied by a loss of sensory function or paralysis. noun a disorder of the central nervous system caused by brain damage and characterized by impaired ability to carry out purposeful muscular movements n. 1877, medical Latin, from German apraxie […]
after; following (used in combination): après-tennis clothes. Contemporary Examples As Barbara Walters might say—that is, if she were echoing French King Louis XV—“apres moi, le deluge.” Massacre at ‘The View’: Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy Reportedly Fired Lloyd Grove June 26, 2014 Historical Examples apres touts les grosses dames et demoiselles suivants a pié. History […]
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