Definitions

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  • adj. Pregnant.

Etymologies

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From enwomb.

Examples

  • If someone had told me this while I was safely enwombed in the castle at Mueller, I would have laughed.

    Enjoyment

  • Bollywoods Most Wanted barefeet blogger in the soul of a sculpted rock indigenous like entombed neither this nor that a pedestrian poet he bloomed tryst with destiny capsized and doomed bejeweled moments sartorial spirituality packaged costumed link after link on a facebook mushroomed a twittering tragedy a madman of mumbai assumed words words more words enwombed from his deadwood body after his death as poetic testimony of ill fate exhumed posthumously phantasmagorically perfumed

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  • However, at birth our enwombed paradise is shattered as we are bombarded by light, noise, hunger and pain - for the first time.

    Peter Wolson: America's Racism: Hatred of "The Other" in the 2008 Presidential Election

  • The Australian government is advising citizens that everyone should be counted in the August 8th census — even the recently enwombed.

    Get Born, Get a Free T-Shirt

  • Trelawny, who thrusts his hand through the wall of the poet's body and delivers it of its previously enwombed form, gives birth to a Shelley possessed of a great heart, and purchases his own mobility in the process.

    Shelley's Pod People

  • Stereo-imaging technology and tactile-feedback manipulators let prospective parents "feel" enwombed foetuses.

    Boing Boing: May 12, 2002 - May 18, 2002 Archives

  • Each time she rounds a bend, she prays the boy will be there, enwombed in fog, casting, casting for fish, casting for her.

    The Shell Collector : Stories

  • Here, they were at peace, enwombed in the buoyant water.

    The White Ninja

  • And when the speech was ended, quoth his comrade, "O my brother, whenas he is not the son of thy loins and he could prove himself perverse to thee, what must be the condition in his regard of the father who begat him and the mother who enwombed him?"

    Arabian nights. English

  • Those wi 'the gear enwombed in crates dark orgies ordainèd --

    The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus

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