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synonyms for miscarriage

  • abortion
  • mishap
  • botch
  • breakdown
  • defeat
  • error
  • interruption
  • malfunction
  • misadventure
  • mischance
  • misfire
  • miss
  • mistake
  • perversion
  • undoing
  • nonsuccess
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antonyms for miscarriage

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  • accuracy
  • certainty
  • correction
  • good fortune
  • success
  • triumph
  • truth
  • win
  • carriage
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How to use miscarriage in a sentence

She’s still taken aback by some of the “very dangerous” messaging the Duggars promoted, such as their statements that Michelle’s use of birth control caused a miscarriage.
TLC HAS CANCELED THE DUGGARS AGAIN, BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN PEOPLE CAN COUNT THEM OUT FOR GOODEMILY YAHRJULY 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“It would be a gross miscarriage of justice to eliminate the jobs of dedicated public employees for no reason other than a sensationalized newspaper story,” Mike Eliason, an industry council lobbyist, said in testimony to lawmakers.
OREGON HOUSE MOVES TO CURB FOREST INSTITUTE’S POWER AND BUDGETBY ROB DAVIS, THE OREGONIAN/OREGONLIVE, AND TONY SCHICK, OPBJUNE 9, 2021PROPUBLICA
In the pain of our loss, my husband and I discovered that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them will have suffered from miscarriage.
MEGHAN AND HARRY WELCOME BABY DAUGHTER, NAMED FOR QUEEN AND DIANATOM SYKESJUNE 6, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
By the fourth episode, Denise and Alicia are divorced after the weight of suffering a miscarriage exacerbates already existing strain on their marriage.
HOW ‘MASTER OF NONE’ PORTRAYS A SINGLE LESBIAN’S FERTILITY STRUGGLES WITH AN HONESTY RARELY SEEN ON TVSONIA RAOMAY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Her ex Ames, who detransitioned after they broke up, is now expecting a child with his boss Katrina, a cisgender woman who has recently suffered a miscarriage.
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Women pregnant with boys are at greater risk for a host of pregnancy complications, including late miscarriage, prenatal diabetes, placenta previa, preeclampsia, preterm birth, and Caesarean delivery.
MOMS: YOU SHAPED YOUR CHILDREN, BUT THE REVERSE IS TRUE, TOO — DOWN TO YOUR VERY CELLSABIGAIL TUCKERMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This was prior to the agency introducing miscarriage leave in late 2020.
‘MY INTUITION WAS TO HIDE MY EXPERIENCE TO PROTECT MY IMAGE’: RISE OF MISCARRIAGE LEAVE PROMPTS DEBATE AROUND PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATIONJESSICA DAVIESMAY 6, 2021DIGIDAY
She told my mother that was an awful thing to say, nothing I had done had caused the miscarriage and I needed their support, not blame.
CAROLYN HAX: GRIEVING A MISCARRIAGE AND GETTING HELP FROM AN UNLIKELY PLACECAROLYN HAXMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I heard Mom say she "couldn't help but feel" my demanding job had caused my miscarriage.
CAROLYN HAX: GRIEVING A MISCARRIAGE AND GETTING HELP FROM AN UNLIKELY PLACECAROLYN HAXMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The attorney said she had suffered a miscarriage only days earlier and had to leave a prior court hearing because she was vomiting blood.
ONCE INCARCERATED, THESE WOMEN ARE KEEPING COURTS ACCOUNTABLE — WITH HELP FROM STUDENTS, RETIREES AND FIONA APPLEKATIE METTLERAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO MISCARRIAGE

  • aborticide
  • feticide
  • misbirth
  • miscarriage
  • termination
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