Definition of surrogate
Examples of surrogate in a Sentence
He could not attend the meeting, so he sent his surrogate.
The governor and her surrogates asked the public to support the change.
They had their baby through a surrogate.
Recent Examples of surrogate from the Web
Kim and Kanye's child, who is due soon via surrogate, will likely be Kris' seventh grandchild, which means Khloé's baby will be her eighth.
His two toddlers, a boy and a girl were born at about the same time from two surrogates but a single egg donor.
There are a few possible paths forward in light of Carl's coming demise, such as transferring his involvement with Lydia over to another character — Enid (Katelyn Nacon), for instance, or even Siddiq as a Carl surrogate.
From Politico: The sources said Franks approached two female staffers about acting as a potential surrogate for him and his wife, who has struggled with fertility issues for years.
Per Politico: The sources said Franks approached two female staffers about acting as a potential surrogate for him and his wife, who has struggled with fertility issues for years.
And Kim Kardashian West, now having her third child with husband, Kanye West, this time via surrogate, has also spoken out about the importance of getting real about the challenges many women face.
The first is set atop the Seattle Space Needle where Sen. Charles Carroll, a promising political figure and a narrative surrogate for both JFK and Robert Kennedy, is assassinated by two gunmen.
The dual endorsements from Aman and Franklin give Norwood new, if unlikely, surrogates for the final stretch of the campaign.
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