child-bearing[ chahyld-bair-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF child-bearing
Synonyms for child-bearing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHILD-BEARING
Counting in the child-bearing women, I reckon about twenty per cent.
Cheese and a cake with a Device of Child-bearing and a promise of babies.
These signs all mean that her essential function is child-bearing.
He cursed her in child-bearing or in barrenness, and he cursed her children after her to all generations.
It all seems very dark to me, and the burden of child-bearing is not all the mother's.
Men and women plead the enormous increase in the cost of child-bearing.
He saw that his mother was worn out with housework and child-bearing.
What have they to say against the resurrection, or against the child-bearing of the Virgin?
They say in China, when women are past child-bearing, they are all burnt to make gunpowder.
He was the seventh son, and his mother was tired of child-bearing when Antony was born.