• Definition for "enwomb"
  • Sentence for "enwomb"

enwomb definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To enclose in or as if in a womb.
    • To conceive in the uterus.
    • To bury, because it were in a womb; to cover, like in a gulf, pit, or cavern.
    • To enclose in or just as if in a womb.
    • To conceive when you look at the womb.
    • To bury, since it had been in a womb; to hide, like in a gulf, pit, or cavern.
    • To enclose in or like in a womb.
    • To conceive inside womb.
    • To bury, whilst had been in a womb; to cover, such as a gulf, gap, or cavern.
  • verb:
    • to position or reason enough to be contained in the uterus; which will make expecting; to conceive.
    • To enclose.
    • To place or reason enough to be included in the womb; to make expecting; to conceive.
    • To enclose.
    • to position or cause to be included in the uterus; to make expecting; to conceive.
    • To enclose.
  • others:
    • which will make pregnant.
    • To bury; conceal like in a womb, pit, or cavern.
    • In order to make pregnant.
    • To bury; conceal such as a womb, gap, or cavern.
    • To make expecting.
    • To bury; conceal as in a womb, pit, or cavern.
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