Favoring or supporting the legal right of women and girls to choose whether or not to continue a pregnancy to term.(adjective)
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Use "pro-choice" in a sentence
"In their defense, people who opposed restrictions on abortion adopted the term pro-choice."
"She adds that he said he didn't wish to be called "pro-choice" and didn't like the "pro-life" label, either."
"This is the preferred term to apply to the movement sometimes referred to as pro-choice."