[ uh-bawr-ning ]
/ əˈbɔr nɪŋ /
in birth; before being carried out: The scheme died aborning.
being born; coming into being, fruition, realization, etc.: A new era of architecture is aborning.
- aborted systole,
Origin of aborning
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Examples from the Web for aborning
And green things died and shriveled, aborning: The desert was dotted with dead cattle.Still Jim|Honor Willsie Morrow
/ (əˈbɔːnɪŋ) /
US while being born, developed, or realized (esp in the phrase die aborning)
Word Origin for aborning
C20: from a- ² + borning, from born
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