Origin of womb
OTHER WORDS FROM wombwombed, adjectiveun·womb, verb (used with object)
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How to use womb in a sentence
For example, as a baby is developing hands in the womb, those hands start out with webbing between the fingers.
Most of these genes instruct how our brain circuitry is laid down in the womb, and how it functions.
A group of scientists now suspects part of the reason may be that megalodon ate its siblings while still in its mother’s womb.
So, in the new study, the team suggests that a behavior unique to this order may also play a role — a kind of cannibalism that occurs in the womb.Cannibalism in the womb may have helped megalodon sharks become giants|Carolyn Gramling|October 5, 2020|Science News
To the left is what is ostensibly a dining room, where everything is hot pink and it feels like the world’s most chaotic bubble bath, or maybe a very fun womb.
Complete male reproductive independence would also hinge on artificial womb technology, which also made headlines in 2014.
At present, not every woman is young enough, fertile enough, or healthy enough to have a baby using her own eggs or her own womb.
The womb may become artificial by the end of the century but it will still be the battleground for feminist politics.
But when the womb—the most politicized body part in history—is separated from the woman, what will it mean for feminism?
A report says a man-made womb could be reality within 30 years.
Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, all the remnant of the house of Israel who are carried by my bowels, are borne up by my womb.
For I know that transgressing thou wilt transgress, and I have called thee a transgressor from the womb.
Why came I out of the womb, to see labour and sorrow, and that my days should be spent in confusion?
As for Ephraim, their glory hath flown away like bird from the birth, and from the womb, and from the conception.
Nor is the heat the cause of the black complexion, particularly of children in the womb, who are out of the reach of the sun.