What if there were a "fat gene," and what if we could test for it prenatally?
prenatally blessed by many lives of lonely meditation, you must now mingle in the world of men.
Gud turned from the child with the prenatally cultivated mind and went on his way sorrowfully.
I was prenatally made a votive offering for the preservation of my father's life, for his restoration to my mother safe and sound.
prenatal pre·na·tal (prē-nāt'l)
Preceding birth. Also called antenatal.
A descriptive term for the period between conception and birth.