pregnant with (something)

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pregnant with (something)

Full of, or fraught with, or having a lot of something. Just before naming the guilty party, he gave a pause that seemed pregnant with meaning, and I wondered whether he was telling me the truth. Her speech was pregnant with emotion, and her eyes brimmed with tears as she spoke.
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Presently there was a stillness, pregnant with meaning.
Her smile, too, was of so winning and gentle a nature, as to announce a disposition pregnant with all the affections.
It sends forth its emigrants like any other old region, and it is pregnant with industry and enterprise.
One after another the precious hours, pregnant with the issues of life and death, followed each other on the dial.
com/celebrity-moms/news/gisele-is-pregnant-with-second-child-201266) Us Weekly reported on Wednesday that a source has confirmed that the 31-year-old Brazilian beauty is pregnant with her second child with husband Tom Brady.
She is pregnant with her first child which is due in January next year.
found out that she was pregnant with her first child.
Full-time mother Deborah Adams lost weight just before becoming pregnant with her second child.
A WOMAN yesterday claimed she was nine and a half months pregnant with a miracle baby.
KELLIE-ANNE McGregor, 21, of Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, is seven months pregnant with her first child.
A team of investigators at medical centers across the country randomly assigned 3,315 healthy women pregnant with their first child into two groups.