miscarried miscarried


  1. (v) be unsuccessful
  2. (v) suffer a miscarriage



  1. She miscarried 10 weeks into her only pregnancy in 1997.
  2. Chukwu, who miscarried triplets earlier in 1998, was treated this time with injectable fertility drugs called gonadotropins at a Houston clinic.
  3. Few doctors have problems with using the tissues of miscarried fetuses.



  1. "In America and Washington, DC, issues of race have always been at play and have often been central to justice miscarried," Belafonte stated. "We're here to be sure that this process is handled fairly and is not rooted in a familiar racist...
    on Mar 31, 2006 By: Harry Belafonte Source: CNSNews.com

  2. "A pardon doesn't mean that he was innocent, what it does mean is that the trial miscarried," Mr Hulls said. "Unfortunately a retrial can't occur but I think it sends a very strong message, particularly to the family, that this man did not...
    on May 27, 2008 By: Rob Hulls Source: Ninemsn

  3. "She was finding it difficult to conceive, and couldn't give up smoking. Finally, once she conceived, in the fourth month of her pregnancy, she miscarried," said Dr Kumar.
    on May 29, 2010 By: Kishore Kumar Source: Daily News & Analysis

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