Examples of midwife in a Sentence
a trained and certified midwife
Recent Examples of midwife from the Web
Ilyas’ great grandmother was a midwife in India and her grandmother practiced gynecology there.
Morgan also helped to deliver George assisting the midwife.
The Business of Being Born, Ricki Lake’s documentary from 2008, looked at several birthing models — in hospitals, with a midwife at home, and combinations of the two.
Anacostia High School’s midwife program is a novel approach that’s showing promise in tackling the problem.
Chiang’s emissary called Marshall the midwife of unification, the leading strategist of the world and an ambassador of peace.
Starting in the summer of 1939, a Nazi decree mandated that all physicians, nurses, and midwives report any child under 3 with mental or physical disabilities.
Thank you for all the love and support and to our midwives @lindseymeehleis and @courtneykellis for helping us find the support our family needs during this impossible time.
My midwife’s primary mission was to keep my baby safe during delivery, after which her mission was to keep me moving and focused.
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MIDWIFE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of midwife for English Language Learners
: a person (usually a woman) who helps a woman when she is giving birth to a child
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