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A disorder marked by loss of the ability to write.

[a- + Greek graphein, to write; see gerbh- in Indo-European roots + -ia.]

a·graph′ic adj.
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(Medicine) having or relating to agraphia
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Adj.1.agraphic - relating to or having agraphiaagraphic - relating to or having agraphia  
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AGRAPHIC design degree led to one student seeing her work being used in a major promotional campaign for Teesside University.
Over several years, his familiar word reading improved, though he remained completely agraphic and had residual difficulties in processing abstract letter identity information for single letters.