6 adjectives to describe lisp

"Ah! well, my dear fellow," said he with the slight lisp which he affected, "Valentine is determined to put on a new gown.

She very soon got over her childish lisp, and even before she was four years old she spoke with perfect distinctness.

in an excited lisp spoke up little Tod Smith, the youngest pupil in the school.

What, is that you, Thomas? THOMAS (with the fashionable lisp of the fifties, always substituting 'th' for 's').

"And you talk better," said Mr. Mills, taking his glass from the counter and emptying it; "you ain't got that silly lisp you used to have.

LISPING "Have you lost another tooth, Bethesda?" asked auntie, who noticed an unusual lisp.

6 adjectives to describe  lisp