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Things infant often describes (“infant ________”)
mortality, baptism, son, care, daughter, interaction, feeding, development, rates, deaths, child, rate, industries, behavior, schools, school, relationship, formula, industry, state, monkeys, mind, attachment, death, colony, interactions, health, bonding, children, temperament, perception, prodigy, syndrome, botulism, formulas, seat, nutrition, rats, boy, sons, relationships, girl, republic, settlement, prince, foods, caregiver, heir, welfare, survival, research, mice, pairs, protection, daughters, nation, brain, brother, memory, monkey, behaviour, transmission, weight, damnation, marriage, cognition, dyad, food, girls, bond, practices, observation, tests, boys, vocalizations, contact, play, separation, mother, minds, diarrhea, speech, sister, toddler, dyads, morbidity, intelligence, institution, prodigies

Descriptive words:
newborn, premature, human, old, young, born, normal, male, healthy, female, term, helpless, fed, older, tiny, sick, unborn, poor, low, dead, mere, average, royal, ill, stillborn, risk, affected, hungry, preterm, immature, youngest, month, sickly, infected, blind, mature, divine, floppy, naked, younger, anencephalic, syphilitic, exceptional, handicapped, week, lovely, dependent, viable, live, unconscious, feeble, sweet, dear, fetal, maternal, monthold, fullterm, innocent, retarded, distressed, lusty, asphyxiated, weak, malformed, breastfed, defective, gestational, cyanotic, vigorous, deaf, occasional, irritable, neonatal

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See infant used in context: 15 rhymes, 21 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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