Definition of Midwived

1. Verb. (past of midwife) ¹



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Definition of Midwived

1. midwife [v] - See also: midwife

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Midwived

midweeks
midweight
midwestern
midwestern united states
midwicket
midwife
midwife toad
midwifed
midwiferies
midwifery
midwifes
midwifing
midwinter
midwinters
midwive
midwived (current term)
midwives
midwiving
midyear
midyears
mielie
mielies
mien
miens
mierkat
miersite
mieve
mieved
mieves
mieving

Literary usage of Midwived

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1. The Complete Works of Thomas Brooks by Thomas Brooks, Alexander Balloch Grosart (1866)
"Sin is that grand evil that has midwived all other evils into the world. It was sin that drowned the old world with water ; it was sin that destroyed Sodom ..."

2. Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England: From by John Campbell Campbell (1880)
"... sir, with a spurious brat, which being clandestinely midwived into the world, the better to cover the imposture they lay it at your Majesty's door. ..."

3. The History of Henry Fielding by Wilbur Lucius Cross (1918)
"midwived into the World by your all-auspicious Hand, and proclaimed by them to be the goodest Book that was ever read. "While it was yet in Embrio, ..."

4. The Library of American Biography by Jared Sparks (1847)
"... nor to any uncommon skill in predicting a crisis; much less to tell when it begins to be nascent, or is fairly midwived into the world. ..."

5. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"... the intercourse of the blood with the heart should bo impeded ; which hole is yet afterwards precluded, when the infant is midwived into a new world. ..."

6. Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Biographical by John Nichols, Samuel Bentley (1812)
"Who begat, or who midwived, or who nursed Methodism, is a point I shall leave to the determination of others. Mr. Wesley's own account of this, ..."

7. The John Watts DePeyster Publication Fund Series by New-York Historical Society (1868)
"But when this Libel was so midwived to the Press by the Kings Collector (who was likewise one of the Council) and this foresworn Sheriff. Then Coll. ..."

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