Definition of Safe period

1. Noun. That time during a woman's menstrual cycle during which conception is least likely to occur (usually immediately before of after menstruation).

Group relationships: Menstrual Cycle
Generic synonyms: Phase, Stage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Safe Period

safe-guards
safe-keeping
safe and sound
safe area
safe as houses
safe conduct
safe harbor
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safe haven
safe havens
safe house
safe houses
safe in the knowledge
safe mode
safe pair of hands
safe period (current term)
safe room
safe seat
safe seats
safebox
safeboxes
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safebreakers
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safecracker
safecrackers
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safecrackings

Literary usage of Safe period

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1. Problems of Population and Parenthood: Being the 2d Report of and the Chief by James Marchant, National council of public morals (1920)
"In the name of morality, too, is also advised the " safe " period, but in the name of a higher morality I condemn that, for the following among many other ..."

2. Problems of Population and Parenthood: Being the 2d Report of and the Chief by James Marchant (1920)
"In the name of morality, too, is also advised the " safe " period, but in the name of a higher morality I condemn that, for the following among many other ..."

3. Two-line Hybrid Rice Breeding Manual by Sant S. Virmani (2003)
"Two safe-period determinations for hybrid seed production • In three-line hybrid rice seed production, favorable climatic conditions for pollination are ..."

4. Woman and the New Race by Margaret Sanger (1920)
"Women are learning from experience and specialists are discovering by investigation that the " safe period " is anything but safe for all women. ..."

5. The Congressional Globe by United States Congress, Francis Preston Blair, John Cook Rives, George A. Bailey, Franklin Rives (1857)
"... is reason for believing that it is increasing; and if it is increasing, surely this must be a safe period at which to make some reduction in the duties. ..."

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