Examples of miscarry in a Sentence
the scheme to save the stranded dolphins miscarried, and all were lost
Recent Examples of miscarry from the Web
The quickness with which 4:44 was embraced critically—even as Jay admitted on the titular track that the stress of his disloyalty may have caused Bey to miscarry—was difficult to digest, but not surprising.
The researchers initial examination of the tiny remains led them to the conclusion the baby had been a premature, miscarried or stillborn child.
His wife miscarried four times and the couple remained childless.
Less than a week later — perhaps as a result of the stress from Henry’s near-death experience — Anne miscarried what appeared to be a male fetus.
The fact that Anne had miscarried his longed-for son only made things worse.
Among them is Lauren Lowen, a fellow illustrator who miscarried.
Police say Robles molested the husband before walking on the woman's stomach and back, causing her to miscarry.
Several women began to miscarry, sometimes repeatedly.
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come a cropper, come to grief, fall flat, fall short;
MISCARRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of miscarry for English Language Learners
medical : to have a miscarriage : to experience the early and unexpected end of a pregnancy
: to go wrong : to fail to achieve the intended purpose
MISCARRY Defined for Kids
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