miscarry miscarry


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



  1. As many as half of fertilized eggs naturally miscarry, usually before the prospective mother even knows she was pregnant.
  2. As the selected Plays demonstrate, Kleist was the first great absurdist, obsessed with justice and the black-comic ways in which it can miscarry.
  3. They marry, miscarry, share lovers and the care of children.


  • Judge sets strict bail conditions in abortion case

    A man accused of tricking his girlfriend into taking an abortion pill and causing her to miscarry will face some tough conditions if he gets bond.
    on July 1, 2013     Source: FOX 5 Washington D.C.


  • "This verdict is one round down, but the fight is far from over," Sharpton said on his radio show. "What we saw in court today was not a miscarriage of justice. Justice didn't miscarry. This was an abortion of justice."
    on Apr 25, 2008 By: Al Sharpton Source: International Herald Tribune

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