foundling definition

  • noun:
    • A deserted or abandoned youngster of unknown parentage.
    • An abandoned youngster, kept by its parent(s), usually a baby left at a convent or comparable safe destination.
    • A deserted or subjected baby; a kid discovered without a parent or owner.
    • a baby found abandoned or revealed; a child without a parent or claimant.
    • a child that has been abandoned and whoever parents are as yet not known
    • A deserted or abandoned child of not known parentage.
    • An abandoned youngster, kept by its parent(s), often a baby left at a convent or comparable safe spot.
    • A deserted or subjected infant; a kid found without a parent or owner.
    • a baby found abandoned or revealed; a kid without a parent or claimant.
    • a young child who has been abandoned and whoever moms and dads tend to be as yet not known
    • A deserted or abandoned youngster of unidentified parentage.
    • An abandoned child, kept by its parent(s), frequently a baby left at a convent or comparable safe location.
    • A deserted or revealed infant; a young child found without a parent or owner.
    • An infant found abandoned or exposed; a child without a parent or claimant.
    • a kid that has been abandoned and whose moms and dads tend to be not known
    • A deserted or abandoned son or daughter of unidentified parentage.
    • An abandoned kid, kept by its parent(s), frequently an infant left at a convent or similar safe destination.
    • A deserted or subjected infant; a kid discovered without a parent or owner.
    • a baby found abandoned or revealed; a kid without a parent or claimant.
    • a child who has been abandoned and whose parents tend to be unidentified
    • A deserted or abandoned son or daughter of as yet not known parentage.
    • An abandoned kid, remaining by its parent(s), frequently a child left at a convent or similar safe place.
    • A deserted or revealed infant; a young child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • An infant discovered abandoned or exposed; a child without a parent or claimant.
    • a kid who has been abandoned and whose moms and dads tend to be unknown
    • A deserted or abandoned youngster of not known parentage.
    • A deserted or abandoned child of unknown parentage.
    • An abandoned kid, kept by its parent(s), often a child left at a convent or comparable safe spot.
    • An abandoned child, kept by its parent(s), frequently a baby left at a convent or similar safe spot.
    • A deserted or abandoned youngster of unknown parentage.
    • A deserted or subjected baby; a young child found without a parent or owner.
    • A deserted or exposed baby; a young child found without a parent or owner.
    • An abandoned son or daughter, left by its parent(s), often an infant left at a convent or comparable safe location.
    • An infant found abandoned or subjected; a young child without a parent or claimant.
    • A deserted or abandoned kid of as yet not known parentage.
    • A deserted or abandoned kid of unidentified parentage.
    • An infant found abandoned or subjected; a young child without a parent or claimant.
    • a young child who has been abandoned and whose moms and dads tend to be not known
    • A deserted or subjected baby; a child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • a young child that has been abandoned and whoever moms and dads tend to be unidentified
    • An abandoned son or daughter, kept by its parent(s), often a baby left at a convent or comparable safe place.
    • A deserted or abandoned kid of unknown parentage.
    • A deserted or subjected baby; a young child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • An abandoned kid, remaining by its parent(s), usually a child left at a convent or similar safe destination.
    • An abandoned child, left by its parent(s), frequently an infant left at a convent or comparable safe place.
    • A deserted or revealed infant; a kid found without a parent or owner.
    • a baby found abandoned or subjected; a kid without a parent or claimant.
    • A deserted or subjected infant; a young child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • An infant found abandoned or subjected; a kid without a parent or claimant.
    • a child that has been abandoned and whose parents are as yet not known
    • a kid that has been abandoned and whoever moms and dads tend to be unidentified
    • A deserted or abandoned child of not known parentage.
    • An abandoned kid, left by its parent(s), usually a baby left at a convent or comparable safe spot.
    • A deserted or exposed infant; a young child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • A deserted or abandoned youngster of unidentified parentage.
    • An abandoned son or daughter, kept by its parent(s), usually a baby left at a convent or similar safe place.
    • A deserted or subjected baby; a kid found without a parent or owner.
    • a child found abandoned or revealed; a child without a parent or claimant.
    • a child discovered abandoned or revealed; a young child without a parent or claimant.
    • a young child who has been abandoned and whose moms and dads tend to be not known
    • a young child who has been abandoned and whoever moms and dads tend to be not known
    • a child found abandoned or subjected; a child without a parent or claimant.
    • A deserted or abandoned son or daughter of unidentified parentage.
    • An infant found abandoned or revealed; a young child without a parent or claimant.
    • a kid who has been abandoned and whose parents are as yet not known
    • a kid who has been abandoned and whose moms and dads tend to be unknown
    • An abandoned youngster, left by its parent(s), often an infant left at a convent or comparable safe place.
    • A deserted or subjected infant; a child discovered without a parent or owner.
    • a baby found abandoned or subjected; a kid without a parent or claimant.
    • a kid that has been abandoned and whoever parents are unknown

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