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Things born often describes (“born ________”)
child, children, son, population, infant, women, americans, infants, citizens, men, baby, babe, whites, parents, workers, persons, citizen, residents, subjects, babies, sons, chinese, woman, oppenheimer, wife, males, daughter, american, englishman, immigrants, lady, blacks, jews, subject, babes, writer, girl, slaves, ladies, students, generation, soul, king, members, poet, individuals, artist, youth, boy, families, girls, animals, castes, mother, painter, offspring, jew, populations, leader, composer, calf, englishmen, inhabitants, father, females, again, physicist, architect, lambs, boys, author, male, counterparts, actor, japanese, negroes, novelist, mothers, minister, calves, hispanics, haber, engineer, gentleman, fathers, spaniards, prince, migrants, mexicans, lamb, actress

Descriptive words:
foreign, new, true, native, first, twice, american, well, newly, natural, free, german, english, still, canadian, self, mexican, british, star, live, irish, graphic, after, african, enough, kingly, cauldron, overseas, heaven, u.s., regiment, australian, assistant, battle, sweat, coulomb, veil, biographical, desert, slave, printed, unknown, twin, mind, foam, cloud, sea, israeli, oft, being, indochinese, firm, norwegian, asian, sky, innate, maternal, rican, cuban, moroccan, hungarian, yankee, christ, lim, caribbean

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See born used in context: 100+ rhymes, 147 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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