Definition of unborn
1 : not born : not brought into life
2 : still to appear : future
3 : existing without birth
Examples of unborn in a Sentence
a home entertainment system that can be adapted for products as yet unborn
Recent Examples of unborn from the Web
A North Carolina couple whose toddler son and unborn child were tragically killed in a car accident has welcomed twin boys, each named after their deceased brothers.
If none of that matters, think of your children, born and unborn.
When she is discharged, she will be taken into custody to face charges of felony aggravated assault of an unborn child.
The unborn child survived the shooting, according to the affidavit.
According to an announcement from Strange's office, the bill has the support of the Pro-Life Alliance, would codify 14th amendment protections for the unborn and empower states to begin creating the legal framework to guarantee them.
We’ve been called back for this special session for the primary purpose of supporting life, protecting the unborn specifically.
The woman's unborn child survived the shooting, according to the affidavit.
The effects in unborn fetuses, however, can be devastating, experts say.
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First Known Use of unborn
before 12th century
UNBORN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unborn for English Language Learners
: not yet born
UNBORN Defined for Kids
Definition of unborn for Students
: not yet born
Medical Definition of unborn
: not yet born : existing in utero unborn children
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