adjective Chiefly British Informal.
abundant, enceinte, expectant, expecting, fecund, fertile, fraught, fruitful, heavy, hopeful, productive, prolific, replete, teeming, gravid, parturient, anticipating, parous, big
Origin of preggers
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Contemporary Examples of preggers
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Within hours, it was confirmed that, yes, the pop singer is preggers!!The Perils of Celebrity Pregnancy
November 28, 2010
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1942, from pregnant (adj.1).
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