childbearing

[ chahyld-bair-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF childbearing
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There are other cases in which marriage is right and childbearing may be wrong.

Directions are given to women in sickness and in childbearing.

Nancy's recollections of plantation days were colored to a somber hue by overwork, childbearing, poor food and long working hours.

The world is turning round and over and back to that one previous historical era when the aversion to childbearing was widespread.

After twenty-five years bearing, and forbearing, and childbearing, you will smile at your gentle-shepherding of to-day.

The work of the world—with the single exception of childbearing—is not man's work nor woman's work, but the work of the race.

Scarcely any phase of woman's part in marriage is arousing more attention at present than the question of childbearing.

At the end of the childbearing period menstruation gradually ceases.

The painful throes of childbearing, deemed by physicians and the word of God to be very great, some nations make no account of.

It is most important that the childbearing wife and mother have a long period of rest between births.

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