Question 9: If the female captive was impregnated by her owner, can he then sell her?
On Tuesday night, the Thai military raided the IVF clinic where Chanbua was impregnated with Gammy and his twin.
His mother had been a black-skinned servant (by some accounts, a slave) impregnated by his father when she was 16.
At age 17, Schaeffer impregnated a young woman visiting the community.
He is said to have impregnated one of his hostages five times, forcing at least one of four ensuing miscarriages.
Thence it travelled in its contaminating course, until all the regions of the earth got impregnated therewith.
As she never was out all this time, she could not be impregnated.
He was impregnated with ideas subversive of established institutions.
"And that I have—" The sugar was now impregnated with coffee, and he bent forward to swallow it.
The music to this work is impregnated with an indefinable Oriental colouring which imparts to it an undoubted measure of charm.
impregnate im·preg·nate (ĭm-prěg'nāt)
v. im·preg·nat·ed, im·preg·nat·ing, im·preg·nates
To make pregnant; to cause to conceive; inseminate.
To fertilize an ovum.
To fill throughout; saturate.