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
Her sister, Kim, recently welcomed her third child with Kanye West via surrogate.
Kim Kardashian welcomed daughter Chicago with Kanye West via surrogate just recently, and the new bundle of joy already has her first KarJenner-esque selfie.
The baby girl was born via surrogate at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, weighing seven pounds and six ounces.
Unlike a traditional surrogate, who donates her own egg and is genetically related to the child, a gestational carrier bears the egg and sperm of the intended parents.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have welcomed their third baby, born via surrogate, the couple announced on Kim's app Tuesday.
First, a father had to petition the courts to be allowed to adopt his own biological son, who was born in America with the help of a surrogate, and thus was not automatically considered his child under Singaporean law.
The White House sent out an army of surrogates on Sunday to forcefully denounce the book and other speculation about Trump's fitness to serve.
But where last year's team plugged in Ian Clark (who played over 1000 minutes last season) as a sort of Curry surrogate, these Warriors have leaned into their weirdness.
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