Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of womb.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a womb, in any sense.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Of course, just because 3/4ths of the planet has no gooey empty-wombed women substituting their unfulfilled maternal needs on their cats, "poor zoo animals", and chickens - doesn't make it right.

    "Dogs are your friend... Not to say I don't like my chickens, but they are not my friend."

  • Germans - when your people are going to go down in history as having wombed the greatest racists and mass murderers ever, you are pretty much white

    Who’s White Exercise (UPDATED AGAIN)

  • O sprung from the seed of most valiant-wombed grand-mothers, scions of savage and dangerous nettles!

    Lysistrata

  • Sir, this young fellow’s mother could; whereupon she grew round-wombed, and had, indeed, sir, a son for her cradle ere she had a husband for her bed.

    Act I. Scene I. King Lear

  • I hurried off, boiling and surging with prodigious thoughts wombed in words of such majesty that each one of them was in itself a straggling procession of syllables that might be fifteen minutes passing a given point, and once more I confronted him -- he so calm and sweet, I so hot and frenzied.

    Political Economy

  • Gloucester in the presence of this son of his says: "The fellow's mother could, and grew round-wombed, and had a son for her cradle ere she had a husband for her bed."

    Tolstoy on Shakespeare A Critical Essay on Shakespeare

  • Sir, this young fellow's mother could: whereupon she grew round-wombed, and had, indeed, sir, a son for her cradle ere she had a husband for her bed.

    King Lear

  • A wombed rainbow ejaculating creativity and self-knowledge in/to shadowy places previously

    1TBM

  • I dunno if I could really do election night in LA, I'm not sure it would mean the same in a coldless city wombed by a creative class who might cite their problems as "astrological".

    tinyluckygenius aka the Unicorn's tear

  • There, clearly for him, it had been a wombed departure from the travail of interconnectedness with those strangers within seeming to him as a family of distant and tacit, insular beings who were cognate in their desire to arrive in a train which would take them from all that was painful -- such had been his need to flee from suffering that the faces of strangers, no matter how happy or bland their expressions, seemed comrades of exile; and yet there, most opaquely, he had chosen to sit down.

    An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

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