Is Patty's guilt over her stillborn daughter Julia's death eating away at her?
The doctor suggested that I allow myself to grieve my stillborn pilot.
After all, it was stillborn, never getting a chance to move from idea into action.
One day… Jenna Petro Antigo, Wisconsin Our baby, Amy, was stillborn 32 years ago, and we still think of her every day.
Dianne Grand Rapids, Michigan My first baby, a boy, was stillborn at 28 weeks 28 years ago.
Roman science was stillborn, into a suffocating atmosphere of vile wealth and military oppression.
The fate of the Savaii attempt I never heard; it seems to have been stillborn.
Surely this enterprise was not to be stillborn after all the signs of life that it had shown.
She is the mother of a stillborn child, whose body is to be thrown in the river.
The possibility inevitably suggested itself, but it was stillborn.
stillborn still·born (stĭl'bôrn')
Dead at birth.