1. not capable of or especially not involving speech or spoken lines
    had a nonspeaking role in the play
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How To Use nonspeaking In A Sentence

  • In film terms people on benefits would be credited as 'nonspeaking extras'. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wants to be the first nonspeaking autist to go away volitionally to school. Ralph James Savarese: The Silver Trumpet Of Freedom
  • Or is it that any bond with a nonspeaking creature is proof of congenital feeble mindedness?
  • Pylades is (rather awkwardly) written as a nonspeaking part, and the two silent members of the three-woman Chorus are no little girls, and quite marginal besides.
  • The use of electronic augmentative and alternative communication techniques may enable more frequent patient-initiated communication among nonspeaking ICU patients.
  • Her version of the production, partly hindered by the absence of the requisite two-tiered set and by her cutting down the nonspeaking roles from six to four, lacks some much-needed bite.
  • Therefore, our data most likely underrepresent the communication abilities and communication interactions of nonspeaking seriously ill adults.
  • The difference between the East and the West is a difference between the nonspeaking but laboring hands of the East and the expressive and affective culture of the West.
  • These findings suggest that anger, fear, and worry are most significant for nonspeaking critically ill patients who are at greatest risk of dying in the ICU.
  • The influence of family presence on communication interactions with nonspeaking critically ill patients is an understudied and complex sociopsychological phenomenon.
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