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mis·car·ry

(mis-kar'ē),
To have a miscarriage.

miscarry

(mĭs′kăr′ē, mĭs-kăr′ē)
v. miscar·ried, miscar·rying, miscar·ries
v.intr.
1. To have a miscarriage.
2. To go astray or be lost in transit, as mail or cargo.
3. To fail to attain an intended goal, as a plan or project.
v.tr.
To have a miscarriage of (an embryo or fetus).
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"It was at a routine check up that I received the devastating news that I had miscarried."
Mr Tyndall said these actions had led to the mistaken belief that Ms D had miscarried and that the case would be highly disturbing to many women who may have undergone treatment after being told they had miscarried by the hospital.
Referring to the practice of giving miscarried foetuses to mothers to post, another Larnaca General employee told the Cyprus Mail "We usually do that."
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She told how she and Chris had kept quiet about it because Amanda miscarried four months into a pregnancy last year.
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