Abortions [noun]

Definition of Abortions:

expulsion of fetus

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Sentence/Example of Abortions:

Last year, nine states passed bills restricting abortion rights.

Lynch has long had a reputation for being a moderate, especially because of his more conservative stance on abortion rights.

The second night starred an anti-abortion activist whose tale about the horrors of Planned Parenthood had been exposed as a fraud more than 10 years ago.

Clarkson has been seen as a crusader for conservative positions on same-sex marraige and abortion.

Before being appointed in late 2018, Clarkson had been a champion of Christian conservative views on social issues such as same-sex marriage and abortion.

Standing With Conservatives, a Hagerty-aligned group, also attacked the donation, arguing that Sethi supports liberal policies such as abortion rights and gun control.

Take one high-profile case from this term, where the justices considered a Louisiana abortion restriction that was functionally identical to a Texas law the court had struck down in 2016.

It seems to mean—'who very often seek after destroyed increase (abortion) and the play of love.'

They did not know enough to prevent conception, but they did the best they could by means of abortion and infanticide.

Endemics of abortion depend on the impalpable vapors that arise from the quicksilver mines of Spain.