Advocating full legal protection of human embryos or fetuses, especially by opposing legalized abortion.(adjective)
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Use "pro-life" in a sentence
"The term pro-life originated historically in the struggle to end abortion on demand and continues to be used in public discourse overwhelmingly in that sense."
"The bulk of the pro-life movement has long since tipped its hat to critics: The term "pro-life" is intrinsically positive and conveys more than fetal preservation."
"Though he apologized for the undemocratic way it was done, he held firm on what he described as a "pro-life" goal of trying to drive down cancer rates."