Examples of midwife in a Sentence
a trained and certified midwife
Recent Examples of midwife from the Web
And the state, not the free market, served as midwife to the new world order.
Meyers shared a photo of the New York Fire Department personnel who arrived and thanked them, as well as the New York Police Department, their midwife, family members and their building's doorman.
But after being in labor for over 20 hours at home, Joy-Anna’s midwife determined the baby was breech.
Less crude than earlier books, there are still plenty of adult allusions to keep parents amused. Born in 1961, Mr. Griffiths was raised in Melbourne by his midwife mother and industrial chemist father.
Kelly chose Sophia Williams, a doula, midwife and photographer, for a more traditional maternity photo session with her 2-year-old daughter, Sullivan, and husband, Brendon, as well as photographing the birth itself.
As a midwife, Emily Dial had witnessed plenty of births.
Actress Leonie Elliott will play midwife Lucille Anderson who joins the staff of Nonnatus House this season.
The seventh season kicks off with a two-hour premiere in which a severe winter is causing extra problems for the midwives of London’s East End.
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Origin and Etymology of midwife
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of midwife
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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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