Opposed to the right of women to have the choice to terminate a pregnancy by induced abortion.(adjective)
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Use "anti-choice" in a sentence
"It's evident that Russia has caught onto Americans' anti-choice tactics in its continuing assault on women."
"By the early 1990s, mirroring the growth of the American anti-choice movement, tapes of Jerry Falwell and Jimmy Swaggart had already aired on Russian television, while a right-to-life conference in Moscow boasted five hundred attendees."
"On Thursday, The New York Times' Sophia Kishkovsky published a piece about alarming news that's been buzzing in reproductive rights circles for the last couple of weeks -- Russia has embraced their very own anti-choice movement, and it looks strikingly like ours here in the U.S."