womb|wombs in English
uterus; female cavity; place where something is generated; interior of anything; place of security, place which provids protection and shelter; belly (Archaic)
Use "womb|wombs" in a sentence
1. Sexism, ageism, womb-ism.
2. “Carried From the Womb”
3. Their wombs are out of sight and out of mind.
4. 3) Clearly the gourd is identified with pudendum, female and wombs.
5. Does language begin in the womb?
6. Or “right from his mother’s womb.”
7. One can't reenter the womb, Rabbi.
8. This olfactory sense develops in the womb.
9. Through the wombs of women men could partake in the future of the race.
10. It was an extraordinary regression into the womb.
11. It's not out of your womb yet.
12. And her womb would always remain pregnant?
13. The real you is still inside the womb.
14. 8 Do twins hold hands in the womb?
15. He hauled the crimson obstacle from her womb.
16. It speaks of Rosy flesh and seeded womb
17. And from the planted womb man of straw.
18. And that meant the child in my womb.
19. Frozen embryos of kudu antelope have been transferred into the wombs of the more common eland, and born successfully.
20. 9 Frozen embryos of kudu antelope have been transferred into the wombs of the more common eland, and born successfully.
21. Why would undernutrition in the womb result in disease later?
22. “Can a woman forget . . . the son of her womb?”
23. IGF2R helps stop the fetus from overgrowing the womb.
24. The baby's head was starting to emerge from the womb.
25. Fourth, pelvic cavity ecchymosis, or myometrium angiosclerosis. May also cause the womb knot to contract the organization proliferation, thus causes the womb to be large.