Oh, my dear,” said she, “a natural child is a child a person has before he is married.
The girl was a natural child of parents too noble ever to own and claim her.
It is to preserve the family that society condemns the natural child.
Greed, the natural child of poverty, often has as much to do with it as real need.
He brought the child to her and said he was a natural child.
One of the children I spoke of, a little girl of six, is my own natural child.
The latter was a respectable farmer, living at Hatherleigh, in Devonshire; and the infant was his natural child.
Since the law of 1834 a woman has been legally liable to maintain her natural child until it reaches the age of sixteen.
This is the natural child of those primeval sessions that gave pleasure to apes.
If only a natural child of mine, I should have shrunk from owning to Janet a youthful error.