from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal Mother.
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- n. mother, momma.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See mum.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. informal terms for a mother
The hockey mom, you know, \'oh, I\'m just a hockey mom\ '... and she\'s facing down President Putin ...
There's a darn good reason that the word mom comes first in "mompreneur."
And his mom is a Cardiac Center nurse: She was so impressed by the team that treated her son she decided to join it.
I felt (and feel) safe and protected; and I have meaningful relationships with my family (my mom is my best friend) and those around me.
OBVIOUSLY our mom is awesome, because she gave birth to US, although if our mom had realized the foaming weirdly-dressed pinko communist her wholehearted support of our early childhood activities would produce, she would have maybe thought twice about telling us we could be whatever we wanted to be in our life.
And your mom is a GENIUS for starting them Tupperware parties, huh?
My mom, you know, my mom is a psychoanalyst, and she used to say - sort of adding to what Anya said about therapists in their own therapy.
I think my mom is the best cook and so I never eat out.
Being a mom is the BEST thing that can ever happen to a woman.
He always says that my mom is the boss at home, and he is the boss everywhere else.
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