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Use "childless" in a sentence
"A woman who chooses to remain childless is no less of a woman than one who chooses motherhood."
"And here we must extend the term childless marriages to cover households in which the children have grown up and gone their own way, leaving the parents alone together: a point at which many worthy couples discover for the first time that they have long since lost interest in one another, and have been united only by a common interest in their children."
"Matthew gives the legal pedigree through Solomon down to Joseph; Luke the real pedigree, from Mary, the real parent, through Nathan, brother of Solomon, upwards (Lu 3: 31). no man of his seed ... upon the throne -- This explains the sense in which "childless" is used."