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slur

Music
a. a performance or execution of a melodic interval of two or more notes in a part
b. the curved line (⌣ or ⌢) indicating this
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Same as A1, but new key and mixed articulation (tongued and slurred)
Philip Scholfield and Fern Britton were clearly puzzled by her behaviour and Philip asked: "You've got the body sorted but your speech is a bit slurred. How are you feeling?".
At one point Philip Schofield asked her: "You don't seem right to me, you've got the body sorted but your speech is a bit slurred, how are you feeling?"
Katona seemed shocked as she asked: "Is it?" She then admitted her speech may be slurred, but said it was because she was taking prescription drugs.
Rowland-Jones finds that its preponderance of slurred bowings and many extra dynamic markings obscure "Haydn's highly articulated style" (edition, p.
Macy co-wrote and starred in this four-hanky, Emmy-winning drama about real-life salesman Bill Porter, whose home-grown work ethic and warm personality help him to succeed in spite of the slurred speech and rolling gait produced by his cerebral palsy.
Although Ray and Steph come a close second and third for their terrible graffiti and potato throwing, it's Jon and his horrific dancing and slurred attempts to provoke Orkney dork Cam who's won today's prestigious award.
Some people with MS experience slurred speech as a symptom, and this could present a problem to voice recognition programs.
The defendant slurred his responses to unwarned booking questions, which elicited routine biographical information - name, address, height, weight, eye color, date of birth, and current age.