- n. a regularly recurrent spasm of pain that is characteristic of childbirth
“Abrizah made Marjanah mount the second she mounting the third, albeit she was in labour pains and possessed not her soul for anguish.”
“These birth pangs of Christianity.…were nevertheless real labour pains on the part of Christendom’s mother, the expiring religion of ancient Egypt.”
“So he did as the King bade him and the folk decorated the city and citadel and bulwarks after the goodliest fashion and, donning their richest attire, passed their time in feasting and sporting and making merry, till the days of the Queen’s pregnancy were accomplished and she was taken, one night, with labour pains hard before dawn.”
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