Of or pertaining to the period of time immediately following birth, or to the newborn.(adjective)
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Use "neo-natal" in a sentence
"Arianna deplores the "wrong choices" on such policies as slashing neo-natal care while keeping Bush tax cuts for the rich and $2.8 billion in expenditures in Afghanistan monthly."
"Sure, he'll suck the life's blood out of your average neo-natal nurse, but he draws the line at animal cruelty."
"And if Mr. Thomas is so deeply concerned about such choices and their cost, then certainly he and all his friends would be happy to spare no expense whatsoever to make sure that everyone -- from granny right down to the little child of an immigrant who needs neo-natal care -- gets it."