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Think of the Devour as the love child of technical sunglasses and goggles.

Bern’s classic Watts styling looks like a five panel hat and a helmet that had a love child, which made one tester who chased a toddler around all season feel young again.

Is,” the love child, comes in a close second, followed by “how” and “who.

“Through these experiences we could understand each other more,” the head developer of Prius argues in Love Child.

Then, at the end of the first trimester, John drops a bombshell: there is not one love-child, but two.

Cradle a newborn love child and you are through; send that same child off to kindergarten and you live to see another day.

But all that sneaking around and whispers about a love child certainly kept things interesting for a time.

If you do have an oops moment and wind up with a surprise love child, just man up and admit it.

Why did you not avenge the honor of your mother when, in the Encyclopdia, and in France, you were set down as a love-child?

It is called—rather prettily, I think—'a love child' and the nicer the grandparents are, the better they treat it.

I sang out, feeling that all the years of my life I had been destiny's love-child.

Gyp had been herself a love-child, and the knowledge of this is shown very clearly in its influence upon their mutual attitude.

It is of the utmost importance that every child should be a love child, in the best sense of the term.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to love child, such as: bar sinister, bastard, bastardy, by-blow, fruit of adultery, and illegitimate child.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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