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synonyms for geniture

  • birth
  • accouchement
  • bearing
  • birthing
  • childbearing
  • confinement
  • labor
  • lying-in
  • parturition
  • travail
  • Caesarian section
  • bringing forth
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antonyms for geniture

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  • capture
  • confinement
  • hold
  • imprisonment
  • keeping
  • quiet
  • restraint
  • retention
  • secrecy
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How to use geniture in a sentence

Moreover it eliquateth the pinguie substance of the kidneys, and absumeth the geniture.
THE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW, NO. 17, MARCH 1831VARIOUS
The author speaks the language of astrology, in which geniture signifies nativity.
THE WORKS OF JOHN DRYDEN, NOW FIRST COLLECTED IN EIGHTEEN VOLUMES, VOLUME 11JOHN DRYDEN
And the very stress laid upon this mode of geniture, implies not only the possibility of a different sort, but its frequency also!
THE ROUND TOWERS OF IRELANDHENRY O'BRIEN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO GENITURE

  • Caesarian section
  • accouchement
  • bearing
  • birth
  • birthing
  • bringing forth
  • childbearing
  • confinement
  • geniture
  • labor
  • lying-in
  • parturition
  • travail
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.