baby


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baby

noun bairn, changeling, child, fledgling, infant, juvenile, kid, minor, toddler, young innocent, youngling
Associated concepts: abortion, adoption, baby act, illegitimacy
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Whether flat on her stomach, or head down, heels in the air, the Simpson baby knew she was in the hands of an expert, and continued gurgling placidly while aunt Jane regarded the pantomime with a kind of dazed awe.
One of the little girls, a mere mite who seemed to have prematurely taken upon herself some charge of the others, stepped out of her place by me, and danced to and from the baby until it left off crying, and laughed.
the Duchess said to Alice, flinging the baby at her as she spoke.
This was why she had borne herself with dignity, and had looked people calmly in the face at times, even when holding the baby in her arms.
Give an average baby a fair chance, and if it doesn't do something it oughtn't to a doctor should be called in at once.
She showed him the baby, and herself looked at it curiously.
There are men who sail boats on the Round Pond, such big boats that they bring them in barrows and sometimes in perambulators, and then the baby has to walk.
Then without interruption you will be able to witness the death of the baby.
It was pleasant to see Dot, with her little figure, and her baby in her arms: a very doll of a baby: glancing with a coquettish thoughtfulness at the fire, and inclining her delicate little head just enough on one side to let it rest in an odd, half-natural, half-affected, wholly nestling and agreeable manner, on the great rugged figure of the Carrier.
I may be a baby," said the Mouse, gravely, as he passed outward through the forest of shins, "but I know tolerably well how to diagnose a volcano.
A CANDIDATE canvassing his district met a Nurse wheeling a Baby in a carriage, and, stooping, imprinted a kiss upon the Baby's clammy muzzle.
Anne, her pale face blanched with its baptism of pain, her eyes aglow with the holy passion of motherhood, did not need to be told to think of her baby.