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Synonyms for mother

a woman who has given birth to a child (also used as a term of address to your mother)

a stringy slimy substance consisting of yeast cells and bacteria

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a term of address for an elderly woman

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a term of address for a mother superior

a condition that is the inspiration for an activity or situation

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care for like a mother

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The birth mother, when she learned about our divorce, wrote our daughter an emotional letter saying that our divorce was distressing, as she had never wanted that for her child.
Be wary of any organization promising to find you a birth mother within a short amount of time.
This outcome, however, was due to (in his own words) an "unsuccessful adoption", and the relationship with the birth mother was reported to be strained as well.
Tira's birth mother collected her colostrum so I could feed this to Tira through a feeding tube at the same time as I was breastfeeding.
She said: ``In this situation, it is clear the child will not have a father and it is the birth mother Jaime who gets all the rights.
They were people like me" He did not feel the same way about Megan's birth mother, a teenager named Gina Pellegrino with no permanent address, who abandoned the child known as Baby Girl B at the hospital after giving birth, resurfacing only after a state judge had terminated her parental rights.
A council could face a legal challenge after refusing to allow the birth mothers of adopted children any information on their sons or daughters.
Birth mother of ten, foster mother of four, lay theologian without academic affiliation or any but honorary degrees, author of fifty-eight books and more than two hundred articles, speaker over thirty-some years at numerous conferences and conventions, especially in the United States, and, in 1981 one of the founders of Wellspring House in Gloucester, Mass.
The lives and grows up in a loving home, and the birth mother knows that she gave life and can start over.
It began by denying that Section 7003 (1) provides any definition of a natural mother, despite the clear equation of that status with the birth mother.
Davina McCall Long Lost Family ITV, 9pm Sara Price-Parker, 44, decided to trace her birth mother Denise after the death of her adoptive mum, but her 25-year search ended in disappointment when she discovered her parent had emigrated to Jamaica in the 1970s.
Faneela Jackson had a traumatic start to life when she suffered devastating injuries at the hands of her birth mother, an inquest heard.
When I came to the elections in 1999, one ofmy sisters Catriona, had found out my birth mother Breda was hiding something.
In the UK surrogacy is banned on a commercial basis but commissioning parents can apply for a parental order that removes the rights of the birth mother and allows them to get a new birth certificate naming them as parents.
Oliver meets his birth mother but it doesn't go well, when she says she doesn't want to see him again.