Stillborn



adjective
1.
dead when born.
2.
ineffectual from the beginning; abortive; fruitless:
a stillborn plan of escape.
adjective
1.
(of a fetus) dead at birth
2.
(of an idea, plan, etc) fruitless; abortive; unsuccessful
noun
3.
a stillborn fetus or baby

stillborn still·born (stĭl’bôrn’)
adj.
Dead at birth.

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