Definition of Preterms

1. Noun. (plural of preterm) ¹



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Definition of Preterms

1. preterm [n] - See also: preterm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preterms

preterminal
pretermination
preterminations
pretermission
pretermissions
pretermit
pretermits
pretermitted
pretermitted child
pretermitted children
pretermitted heir
pretermitted heirs
pretermitted spouse
pretermitted spouses
pretermitting
preterms (current term)
preternatural
preternaturalism
preternaturality
preternaturally
preternaturalness
preternature
preterperfect
preterperfects
preterpluperfect
preterpluperfects
preterrestrial
pretertiary
pretest
pretested

Literary usage of Preterms

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1. Influence of Pregnancy Weight on Maternal and Child Health: Workshop Report by Food and Nutrition Board, National Research Council (U.S.), Institute of Medicine (U.S.), Youth Board on Children, and Families (2007)
"He compared four groups: (1) women who had recurrent term births only (two or three term births), (2) women with no history of any preterms, (3) women who ..."

2. Historical, Geographical and Statistical Memoirs on the Province of Kattywar by Bombay (Presidency), R. Hughes Thomas, George Le Grand Jacob, J. T. Barr, D. A. Blane, Bombay (India : State), James Macmurdo, W. Lang, S. Sproule, H. Aston (1856)
"Sub-divisions into Description of the which the State has Population, Soil,Cul- been partitioned, am tivation, Stc. the nature of their preterms until AD ..."

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