Definition of 'stillborn'
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It also came after a traumatic time in which she suffered a miscarriage and gave birth to a stillborn son. The Sun (2012)Very sadly we also had a stillborn daughter Just after this. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She suffered a miscarriage early in 2010 and had a stillborn son last year. The Sun (2012)The tribute and donation page was set up hours after the dad-of-three announced his daughter was delivered stillborn at the weekend. The Sun (2012)On her first day, she watched as a young single mum gave birth to a stillborn son in the waiting room. The Sun (2011)When my older son and his girlfriend had a stillborn son a while ago it brought back all the pain and I had horrendous panic attacks. The Sun (2014)
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Used Occasionally. stillborn is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'stillborn'
British English: stillborn ADJECTIVE
A stillborn baby is dead when it is born.
It was a miracle that she survived the birth of her stillborn baby.
Definition of stillborn from the Collins English Dictionary
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