Examples of miscarriage in a Sentence
a woman who has suffered multiple miscarriages
a high risk of miscarriage
Recent Examples of miscarriage from the Web
She's spoken out about having endometriosis, opened up about having a miscarriage, and even bared her nipples to make a statement about race — all in the name of being honest.
Jonathan Mathew, who worked at Barclays Plc, referred his conviction to the Criminal Cases Review Commission -- an organization set up to investigate suspected miscarriages of justice -- in recent weeks, his lawyer said.
Talento’s ideas about birth control affecting fertility and causing miscarriages also don’t hold up, says Dr. MacIsaac.
But 10 weeks into the pregnancy, their dream was cut short when Metten suffered a miscarriage.
Our Carriage Infant Loss, for those who have suffered an infant loss or miscarriage, 7 p.m. July 20 at Christ Lutheran Church, 2610 N. Campbell St., Valparaiso.
Exposure to lead can have long term effects and cause miscarriage, developmental delays in infants and other medical issues.
The five men’s wrongful conviction is now seen as a gross miscarriage of justice—and soon, Ava DuVernay will tell their story.
There’s nothing glamorous about having a miscarriage, or being in a custody battle with the father of your child, or the struggle to make money.
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First Known Use of miscarriage
MISCARRIAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of miscarriage for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which a pregnancy ends too early and does not result in the birth of a live baby
law : an unjust legal decision
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