Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Not pregnant; unfertilized or infertile.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not pregnant; unfertilized or infertile.
  • n. That which impregnates.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Impregnating; making pregnant. In the quotation, used erroneously for impregnate, a.
  • n. That which impregnates.

Etymologies

pregnant (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Okay, I suppose there's a remote possibility she was actually impregnanted with a turkey baster, but in pretty much any circumstances, a 9 year old who's had intercourse with someone old enough to impregnant her was RAPED.

    Okay

  • They didn't know Jesus needed male chromosomes or that they existed, a Holy Spirit could impregnant a woman just as any man.

    Christology and the Brain of Jesus

  • To speak yet more narrowly, there was never any thing ugly or misshapen, but the chaos; wherein, notwithstanding, to speak strictly, there was no deformity, because no form; nor was it yet impregnant by the voice of God.

    Religio Medici

  • How can we be so sure God was able to impregnant Mary.

    Window Into Fall **

  • But if the drink were mixed with the dry meat in the belly, it must be impregnant with its qualities, and not come forth so simple and untinged.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • To speak yet more narrowly, there was never any thing ugly or mis-shapen, but the Chaos; wherein, notwithstanding, (to speak strictly,) there was no deformity, because no form; nor was it yet impregnant by the voice of God.

    Religio Medici

  • To speak yet more narrowly, there was never any thing ugly or mis-shapen, but the Chaos; wherein, notwithstanding, (to speak strictly,) there was no deformity, because no form; nor was it yet impregnant by the voice of GOD.

    The First Part: Paras 1-35

  • [Greek: Ta athea egeneto, kai egeneto chaos,] -- and this chaos, the eternal will, by the spirit and the word, or express 'fiat', -- again acting as the impregnant, distinctive, and ordonnant power, -- enabled to become a world -- [Greek: kosmeisthai.]

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

  • The rigidness of this law allowing the judge to make a call that allows a child to marry, at any age they can become pregnant or impregnant someone, and become an adult seems foolhardy.

    Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY Homepage

  • To speak yet more narrowly, there was never any thing ugly or mis-shapen, but the chaos; wherein, notwithstanding, to speak strictly, there was no deformity, because no form; nor was it yet impregnant by the voice of God.

    Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, and the Letter to a Friend

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