As Claire Cain Miller of The New York Times points out, “workplaces could be seen as paying women to put off childbearing.”
Potential recruits are told their main role in the Islamic revolution will be through matrimony and childbearing, not martyrdom.
She had never seen anyone give birth before, and learned about childbearing by watching TV.
The women in her family die young from childbearing and harsh living.
As the rate of childbearing women over 40 has risen, so has the maternal mortality rate.
Nancy's recollections of plantation days were colored to a somber hue by overwork, childbearing, poor food and long working hours.
There are other cases in which marriage is right and childbearing may be wrong.
The painful throes of childbearing, deemed by physicians and the word of God to be very great, some nations make no account of.
The world is turning round and over and back to that one previous historical era when the aversion to childbearing was widespread.
Having a harder time in childbearing means a slower convalescence, a need for more rest and care.
childbearing child·bear·ing (chīld'bâr'ĭng)
Pregnancy and parturition.