Recent Examples of womb from the Web
Hotels sell baby-making packages, gyms offer pregnancy yoga and massages, and an entire market is devoted to products supposedly educating the fetus in the womb.
Eleven's mom was told she miscarried the daughter in her womb but, like Joyce, refused to believe her child was truly gone.
Put another way, the bill articulates the definition of a child, for purposes of taxation, to include children carried in the womb.
Ashleigh Wade is accused of stabbing Angelikque Sutton multiple times on Nov. 20, 2015 in Wade's Bronx apartment, and slashing her in the abdomen in order to remove the nearly-full-term baby from her womb.
Each had the eggs fertilized with her partner's sperm and transferred to her womb.
Exposure in the womb, during puberty, and while pregnant is especially dangerous, researchers say.
Currently, abortions are legal nationwide until a fetus is viable outside the womb, but states can enact laws to limit the procedure.
One was transferred to Ashley’s womb 10 days before Christmas.
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Origin and Etymology of womb
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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