a place that houses and takes care of babies for a fee.
a residence for unwed pregnant girls or women that also arranges adoptions.
“It was like they were making a baby farm or something,” Naomi Sisk told the Raleigh News and Observer.
The ‘Black Hebrew’ Cult Murder Case Winston Ross April 17, 2011
I remember an old colored woman, she must be dead by this time, who kept a baby farm.
Half a Man Mary White Ovington
- Baby food
food, as vegetables, fruits, or meat, puréed or minced for easy ingestion by infants. Contemporary Examples She has three kids and wrote a cookbook—with her husband, who owns Chef Geoff and other D.C. restaurants–on baby food. Norah O’Donnell: Romney Must Respond Howard Kurtz July 15, 2012 She opens them to show diapers, baby food, hygiene […]
- Baby grand
the smallest form of the grand piano. Historical Examples It might have contained theatrical properties and still had room left for a baby grand piano. Nye and Riley’s Wit and Humor (Poems and Yarns) Bill Nye His wondering eye, staring through the open French doors of the living-room, rested on my baby grand. The Prairie […]
- Baby primrose
a tender primrose, Primula forbesii, native to China and Burma, having white, hairy leaves and rose- or lilac-colored flowers with a yellow center. Historical Examples The baby primrose is a miniature edition of P. obconica, and it is one of the most lovable flowers imaginable. ABC of Gardening Eben Eugene Rexford