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with child

Definition of with child in English:

archaic Pregnant.
Example sentences
  • Not being with child, I cannot attest to the truthfulness of the latter claim - and there is only so much I'll do in the name of research.
  • Yesterday, I drove out to St. Thomas to do a little private practice for one of my colleagues who is with child.
  • While I walk, I muse on art and life. Back home, I make breakfast for Rose, who is with child.
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