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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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who were less than six months pregnant each, of willingly aborting their foetuses.
Yet Nebraska abortionist LeRoy Carhart specializes in aborting unborn babies so advanced he has (thankfully) very little company.
It's completely illegal to be aborting babies for this kind of disability, and it's vital that it stops.
First, he claims that "the practice of aborting a non-sentient fetus in the early months of gestation is now tolerated, if not condoned, by a vast majority of Canadians.
I then switched back to tower frequency and told them I was aborting.
FOUR MONTHS AFTER THE most infamous hour of terrorism in our time, we remain haunted by the four passengers who gave up their lives aborting the mission of a hijacked plane that had apparently been headed for the White House.
The Bush Administration will not succeed in its attempt to ignore all those dead bodies caused by aborting embryonic persons for their stem cells, by aborting embryonic persons before they can implant in their mother's womb, or by surgically aborting those children whose poor mothers 'choose' not to bear them.
The baby element (trying to conceive in Un 32 aout and aborting in Maelstrom) is too difficult an explanation for him to resist.
Rogers quotes those scholars who think that the terminal period for aborting a fetus is before and not after it is 120 days old.
Kirshon said doctors had discussed with her the possibility of aborting one or more fetus to help the others' chances for survival, but Chukwu declined.