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Synonyms for abort

Synonyms for abort

to bring forth a nonviable fetus prematurely


Words related to abort

the act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed

terminate before completion

Related Words

terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion

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Please remember them on this International Women's Day, and remember the millions of little girls who have been aborted, simply because they're female.
Do we need to know, or care, that Sinitta had aborted one?
Around 120 knots, the Dash 3 EWO said, "Hey, I think they aborted.
However, like the takeoffs that should have been aborted, the accident record (and quite a few exciting YouTube videos) prove that when the wheels aren't down until the last 1000 feet of runway, it's often hard to stop before taking a tour of the grass (or dirt or water or airport access road).
But military chiefs revealed a mission by RAF Tornados, top, had to be aborted
When one ewe aborted two lambs, she came into milk, so Mr Lloyd bought her a pet lamb for her to foster.
Below are arguments against showing aborted baby pictures, then arguments in favour, plus replies to the arguments against.
PK) skidded off a runway on 21 January after the take-off was aborted by the crew.
South African Flight Aborted After 'Verbal Threat'.
But reports over the weekend that babies had been aborted because scans showed they had club feet, a condition that can be readily corrected by surgery or physiotherapy, angered Ms Jepson, who was born with a jaw defect that was successfully treated in her late teens.
A 63-year-old obstetrician at a clinic in Yokohama was found guilty Thursday of dumping 15 aborted fetuses as general garbage between January and June last year.
S1 speed and time" a performance check speed and a decision speed, as the takeoff will be aborted if the jet hasn't met the S1 speed within the computed time.
A lucky 13% of patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), who get to the hospital quickly and respond quickly to fibrinolysis, have what is now known as an aborted MI--they escape myocardial necrosis.
Fourteen cell lines from aborted fetuses will continue to be used for research at Georgetown University Medical Center.