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
Pregnant women run the risk of passing the poison on to their unborn child.
And a January 2017 study by University of Michigan researchers found that such distress can manifest physiologically in unborn children.
Most of the West Allis Hale girls basketball players were in their infancy or yet unborn the last time the Huskies won a conference title, back in 2000 when the squad also made a run to the state tournament.
By and large, pro-lifers do not demand that the public embrace an explicitly Christian worldview, or ask for any special protection for unborn children.
The man accused of shooting Brittany was charged with murder for her death and aggravated battery for the death of her unborn child.
In 2007, Russia’s constitutional court ruled that the unborn children exposed to radiation during the clean-up were not entitled to government benefits as adults, as they were not officially employed by the state.
Violation of protection order, Princeton Boulevard: A resident reported March 3 the father of her unborn child violated a protection order by sending her a text message.
He was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder, shooting into an occupied dwelling and using an instrument to destroy an unborn child.
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First Known Use of unborn
before 12th century
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