Definition for nurseling (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for nurseling
The pile of honey laboriously gathered by the mother will not even be broken in upon by the nurseling for which it was intended.
Would she be guilty of such inconceivable maternal aberration as to leave her nurseling without nourishment?
In a little while, the Oryctes is a noisome mass on which the nurseling lies poisoned.
But, if we trust Buchanan, she was always wandering about with Mary, while the nurseling was elsewhere.The Mystery of Mary Stuart|Andrew Lang
I must also be careful of its legs and mandibles, the least touch of which would rip open the nurseling.