Definition of Pro-choice

1. Adjective. Advocating a woman's right to control her own body (especially her right to an induced abortion).

Antonyms: Pro-life



Definition of Pro-choice

1. Adjective. (context: public policy legal ethics) Supportive of a woman's right to choose whether or not to undergo an abortion. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pro-choice

prizzly
pro-
pro-American
pro-abort
pro-abortion
pro-abortionism
pro-abortionist
pro-abortionists
pro-aborts
pro-am
pro-ams
pro-ana
pro-celeb
pro-celebrity
pro-choice (current term)
pro-choice faction
pro-choicer
pro-choicers
pro-death
pro-drop language
pro-drop languages
pro-form
pro-forms
pro-inflammatory
pro-life
pro-life faction
pro-lifeism
pro-lifer
pro-lifers

Literary usage of Pro-choice

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1. South African Social Attitudes: Changing Times, Diverse Voices by Stephen P. Rule, Udesh Pillay, Benjamin Roberts (2007)
"Whereas the Republican Party espouses a pro-life policy, the Democrats take the pro-choice position in relation to abortion. However, Koch found that: ..."

2. A State-By-State Review of Abortion and Reproductive Rights by Elizabeth Arndorfer, Jodi Michael, Laura Moskowitz, Liza Siebel, Juli A. Grant (1998)
"4 pro-choice LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY IN 1997 Although anti-choice attempts to restrict reproductive choices, especially abortion, dominated state legislatures ..."

3. State of the Nation: South Africa 2004-2005 by John Daniel, Roger Southall, Jessica Lutchman (2005)
"Pressure was exerted by the Reproductive Rights Alliance, which had been formed in 1995, in part to advocate for progressive pro-choice abortion legislation ..."

4. The Civilization of Illiteracy by Mihai Nadin (1997)
"... or not to distribute, condoms to high school and junior high school students; to confirm or deny the right to end one's life (pro-choice or pro-life); ..."

5. Origins and Scope of Roe V. Wade: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on the by United States, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Congress, Committee on the Judiciary, House (1996)
"When the question is phrased in this way, only 25% of Americans describe themselves as "strongly pro-choice." One of the keys to understanding why so many ..."

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