But deep within her the antenatal thing that lay here had a dream.
The reminiscence of some antenatal incarnation of his own soul?
It was as if her folding arms had been his antenatal hiding-place; as if she had brought him forth with anguish a second time.
If I was born of you, there must have been some juggling with my soul in antenatal regions!
He knew his antenatal history, knew it in every detail, and it was a thing to keep causes well before him.
The very habit of our thoughts may be persuaded one way unawares by their antenatal history.
Of all the vain wishes, the retroactive pluperfect are the vainest, and an antenatal wish is sublimely ridiculous.
The importance of antenatal puericulture was fully recognized in China a thousand years ago.
It exists only in the psychic vacuum of antenatal life, or perhaps only in the potentiality of the germ plasm.
antenatal an·te·na·tal (ān'tē-nāt'l)