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right-to-life

[ rahyt-tuh-lahyf ]
/ ˈraɪt təˈlaɪf /
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adjective
pertaining to or advocating laws making abortion, especially abortion-on-demand, illegal; antiabortion: right-to-life advocates.
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Origin of right-to-life

First recorded in 1970–75

OTHER WORDS FROM right-to-life

right-to-lifer, noun
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