baby

All Noun
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  • After a woman had a baby, she would show it to her husband.
  • She also makes it clear that she will not give up her baby without a fight.
  • The people held a council and decided that this baby would be abandoned.
  • She abandoned him as a very young baby and cut off all communication.
  • Some women find this weight difficult to lose after the baby is born.
  • The book, she states, is like a baby bird just going on its own.
  • My mother run off and left me, a year-old baby. Cited from Slave Narratives, Arkansas Part 2, by Work Projects Administration
  • Some parents may keep their babies in-arms for many hours per day.
  • During the baby's first year, regular medical care should be provided. Cited from The Good Housekeeping Marriage Book, by Various
  • The attack left two dead, including a three-month-old baby, and seven injured.
  • Baby's like always on the move in search of the story.
  • This design covered the whole of the baby except for its legs.
  • She died in the attempt and was later found holding the four-month-old baby in her arms.
  • A council was held, and it was decided that this baby too should be abandoned.
  • I did not want it to be any one baby.
  • To-day she is more sensitive than a normal three-months-old baby. Cited from Our Nervous Friends, by Robert S. Carroll
  • At the end of the second day the baby laughed for the first time.
  • A new-born baby cannot probably do any more than distinguish light from darkness. Cited from The Four Epochs of Woman's Life, Anna M. Galbraith
  • At that moment, the baby's mother walked in and asked what he was doing.
  • Among the victims were two families and four children, including a two-month-old baby.
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Meaning of baby

  • noun A very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk
    the baby began to cry again, she held the baby in her arms, it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different
  • noun The youngest member of a group (not necessarily young)
    the baby of the family, the baby of the Supreme Court
  • noun An unborn child; a human fetus
    I felt healthy and very feminine carrying the baby, it was great to feel my baby moving about inside
  • noun (slang) sometimes used as a term of address for attractive young women
  • noun A very young mammal
    baby rabbits
  • noun A project of personal concern to someone
    this project is his baby