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
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.
Unfortunately, this concern isn’t uncommon, says Dr. Mitzner, who has supported expecting moms who have miscarried in the past.
In 2016, Jennifer DalCanto of San Jose miscarried her pregnancy at 11 weeks and went through a period of depression.
But after all the painful silence, the date takes a turn when Arie talks about his previous girlfriend miscarrying their child and then immediately leaving him.
One teacher’s wife miscarried during the attack, and the teacher broke his leg trying to flee, Mr. Bilal said.
A year later, that same surrogate became pregnant for a second time, but sadly miscarried once more.
Acevedo said that Miranda-Alvarez was due to have a baby in January but had miscarried.
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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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