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Synonyms for mother

Synonyms for mother

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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In each writing, the birth mother establishes her own narrative of adoption.
Part III analyzes how surrogacy affects and dehumanizes the birth mother and the child.
She expects Syrians adopted during their country's war will one day undertake the same search as people like Terri, who is still hoping to find his birth mother.
In a blog post published on the Huffington Post in 2012, Marra shares not only her emotional reunion with her birth mother during a trip to Korea, but her coming out as a trans woman as well.
I want to encourage them to seek alternatives to abortion because I would never want any woman/man to go through the grief and the pain that my birth mother went through simply because she didn't know she had any other option ...
They also see Baulch break down when he receives the devastating news that his birth mother has terminal lung cancer.
After her adoptive mother died, she decided to try to find her birth mother, Denise, but a gruelling 25-year search ended fruitlessly when Sara learned Denise had moved overseas to Jamaica in the 1970s.
Hunt, who lives in England, was given up for adoption and only learned she had a twin when she began looking for her birth mother after her adopted mother died.
Washington, Apr 29 ( ANI ): A woman reunited with her birth mother through Facebook after a gap of 22 years.
A great deal of her identity is wrapped up in what will look good on her application to Duke, and she becomes convinced that finding her birth mother is the ticket to getting in.
The adoptive mother invited her 15-year-old daughter's birth mother to live with them for a few months.
That structure, however, is tested when Avery chooses to seek her birth mother in a quest for identity, history, and belonging in a black culture she has never known.
residents and the birth mother of a child with an autism spectrum disorder who is between the ages of 0 and 17 years.
[This article critically analyses recent law reforms that have taken place throughout Australia allowing for the transfer of legal parentage in surrogacy arrangements from the birth mother (and her partner, if any) to the 'intended parents'.