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unborn in Birth topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunbornun‧born /ˌʌnˈbɔːn◂ $ -ɔːrn◂/ adjective [only before noun]  MBnot yet born an unborn child
Examples from the Corpus
unbornThere he is, happy, and I am unborn.If injury is done to an unborn child, no duty is broken.But Zeus rescued her unborn child, sewed it up in his own thigh, and brought it forth afterwards.During pregnancy her unborn child strips her of nourishment for its own metabolic needs, so she becomes still weaker.A 26-year-old woman lost her unborn child when shrapnel tore into her abdomen.The report also notes evidence that secondary smoke from other people's cigarette harms unborn children too.It is the innocent who are killed, the unborn children.I was still unborn, hammering at the egg, to get out into the air.