Definition of Stillborn infant
1. Noun. Infant who shows no signs of life after birth.
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Literary usage of Stillborn infant
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1. Hydrotherapy by Guy Hinsdale (1910)
"He does not apply a cold bath to the stillborn infant because it would be too large a dose, nor a cold dip to the typhoid patient because it would be too ..."
2. The History of Infant Baptism: Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, and Dr by William Wall, John Gale (1844)
"They extend this no further than to the case of a stillborn infant: though the reason seems much the same for one that dies before he can possibly be ..."
3. A Biennial Retrospect of Medicine, Surgery, and Their Allied Sciences, for by New Sydenham Society (1873)
"The condition of a stillborn infant is, according to Dr. Schultze, in all cases one of asphyxia. The stillborn sometimes present an ..."
4. The Lancet (1842)
"While adverting to that case I may add, that the coldness and rigidity are described as occurring iii a stillborn infant, yet the midwife is reported to ..."
5. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1881)
"26 A stillborn infant of William & Ruth Fowkes April 27 Thomas, s. of Joseph & Hester Earles, decd 26 April 20 Ann, d. of John & Margret Sillver, ..."