Antonyms for newborn
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : noo-bawrn, nyoo-|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈnuˈbɔrn, ˈnyu-|
Definition of newbornOrigin :
- also new-born, c.1300, from new + born. As a noun from 1879.
- noun infant
- He felt a sudden lift of the heart, an access of newborn confidence.
- Extract from : « The Highgrader » by William MacLeod Raine
- “I'll go,” agreed the squire, almost quivering in his newborn eagerness.
- Extract from : « The Escape of Mr. Trimm » by Irvin S. Cobb
- He compared himself to a newborn babe coming into the world.
- Extract from : « Unthinkable » by Roger Phillips Graham
- The old, the diseased, and the alcoholic are more apt to succumb, also the newborn.
- Extract from : « The Home Medical Library, Volume I (of VI) » by Various
- That she knew not the pangs that usher in The newborn child?
- Extract from : « Laments » by Jan Kochanowski
- The new year 1826 was indeed a new year to this newborn soul.
- Extract from : « George Muller of Bristol » by Arthur T. Pierson
- And the poet's words are especially applicable to a newborn babe.
- Extract from : « Plutarch's Morals » by Plutarch
- How could a week or ten days with Jerry possibly affect my newborn, resolve?
- Extract from : « A Far Country, Complete » by Winston Churchill
- He laughed, and the girl instinctively shuddered with a newborn distrust.
- Extract from : « The Ghost Breaker » by Charles Goddard
- The roar is simply incessant, and yet when off duty we sleep like newborn babes.
- Extract from : « With Fire and Sword » by Samuel H. M. Byers
Synonyms for newborn
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