Definition of pro-life in English:

pro-life

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adjective

  • Opposing abortion and euthanasia: she is a pro-life activist
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    • During the 1980s a militant wing of the pro-life movement had attempted to close clinics by direct action.
    • If pro-life activists get their way and abortion is once again made illegal, my life along with many others could be ruined.
    • Their opposition to a pro-life referendum in the Republic displays this.

Derivatives

pro-lifer

noun
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  • He alarmed pro-choice activists by stating that the Democratic Party needed to be more ‘inclusive’ of pro-lifers.
  • While the pro-choice movement has strongly opposed the Bush administration, pro-lifers are somewhat divided over the degree of support they are likely to receive from the president.
  • The big question is whether Bush, a pro-lifer himself, is secure enough with social conservatives to take this risk.

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