Synonyms for prenatal

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Nor is this process confined to our embryonic or prenatal existence.

Why should not the German face have been slowly moulded by these prenatal influences?

He can help or hinder the mother in her work of prenatal culture.

It is to have Tyranny as your progenitor, and slavery as your prenatal cradle.

It appears to be due to something which interferes with prenatal development.

Where, then, is the reality in prenatal mesmerism and the drag of heredity?

He wondered how it was that it had had no prenatal influence on himself.

It is largely constitutional weakness, or prenatal predilection, or the idiosyncrasy of individuality.

Their prenatal culture, the most important part of a childs education, may have been respected or neglected.

By prenatal care we understand the care taken during pregnancy before the child is born.