Definition of Stillborns

1. stillborn [n] - See also: stillborn



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stillborns

still lifes
still room
still water
still water runs deep
still waters run deep
still wine
stillage
stillages
stillatitious
stillatories
stillatory
stillbirth
stillbirths
stillborn
stillborn infant
stillborns (current term)
stilled
stilleite
stiller
stillers
stillest
stillhouse
stillhouses
stilliard
stilliards
stillicide
stillicides
stillicidious
stillier
stilliest

Literary usage of Stillborns

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1. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"We have buried as many as forty-five bodies in one day, besides stillborns. I and Tom Smith kept an account one year ; we buried 2017 bodies, ..."

2. Legal Medicine by Charles Meymott Tidy (1884)
"This difficulty to the hydrostatic tost was first raised by Mayes and Gross, who suggested that the lungs of stillborns might be rendered buoyant by the ..."

3. Mineral Tolerance of Animals by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"(1976) fed 250500, or 1000 mg Ni/kg diet as nickel sulfate through three generations and observed increased stillborns only in the Fl generation. ..."

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