accouchement accouchement


  • (n) the parturition process in human beings; having a baby; the process of giving birth to a child


  1. More modestly, he sent urgent messages to Dowager Queen Marie at Castle Bled, Jugoslavia, where she has been attending the third accouchement of her daughter.
  2. It is events such as the accouchement of Brigitte Bardot or Queen Elizabeth which send our competitors' sales soaring.
  3. She, unmarried still, is planning an accouchement.


  • Lundberg described him as "the very top dog of the Philadelphia accouchement (the constitutional birthing process)."
    on Aug 6, 2007 By: Ferdinand Lundberg Source: Mathaba.Net

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