Origin of menstruate
OTHER WORDS FROM menstruateun·men·stru·at·ing, adjective
Words nearby menstruate
How to use menstruate in a sentence
This is familiar for many menstruating people who already bear the burden of preventing pregnancy, especially when facing partners who won’t wear condoms.Why Access to Birth Control Is No Substitute for Abortion Rights|Krystale E. Littlejohn|September 17, 2021|Time
Of course, not all women have uteruses, and not all people who have uteruses, or who menstruate, are women.Medical Myths About Gender Roles Go Back to Ancient Greece. Women Are Still Paying the Price Today|Elinor Cleghorn|June 17, 2021|Time
Alongside their brief biographies are frequent asides about the lack of recognition these ladies endured, or something about how if men had to menstruate it would become a sacred act.Meet the forgotten rebels and quiet revolutionaries of women’s history|Lisa Birnbach|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
For instance, some women use it not only to curb premenstrual symptoms, but also to control when they menstruate.
The always-edifying Ann Coulter tweeted that Marines were “protecting his right to menstruate.”Chris Hayes’s Honesty Mistake: Troops Need Citizens Questioning Policy|Peter Beinart|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Today the most basic choice is whether or not to menstruate at all.
The drugs allow women to menstruate just four or fewer times a year.
I ceased to menstruate for about a year, which my doctor has said could have a lasting impact on my fertility.
A girl who began to menstruate when at the age of nine years, became pregnant very shortly afterwards (d'Outreport).The Sexual Life of the Child|Albert Moll
In my own opinion there is no doubt but that some females really do menstruate while pregnant.
She was reared in the utmost poverty, was chlorotic, and did not menstruate till she was eighteen years old.Fasting Girls|William Alexander Hammond
But then why don't all women menstruate at the same time with the same moon, I mean?Ulysses|James Joyce
It is extremely rare for a woman to conceive who does not menstruate regularly.Fruits of Philosophy|Charles Knowlton