[ woom-tuh-toom ]
/ ˈwum təˈtum /
adjective Chiefly British.
extending from prebirth to death: said especially of care under the National Health Service.
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Origin of womb-to-tomb
First recorded in 1970–75
Words nearby womb-to-tomb
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