quadruplet

NOUN
  1. one of four children born at the same time from the same pregnancy
  2. a set of four similar things considered as a unit
  3. the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
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How To Use quadruplet In A Sentence

  • About 500 sets of quadruplets are born each year in the US, according to the National Centre for Health Statistics.
  • Since in vitro fertilization started, two decades ago, there has been an explosion of twins, triplets, quadruplets, even quintuplets.
  • Some women return expecting triplets or quadruplets. Times, Sunday Times
  • Single cards, pairs and triplets can be completed to quadruplets.
  • The incidence of twinning is thus increased somewhat while the risk of triplets or quadruplets remains low.
  • Wrote a number of poems about alcohol, as befits a poet of the Prohibition, using that same quadruplet rhythm. THE ANTHOLOGIST
  • If I give you a two-hour lunch break today, every worker whose wife gives birth to quadruplets will want one too.
  • At a zoo in Taiyuan, China, the birth of quadruplet white tiger cubs on June 20 was an exciting event. Helpful dog feeds four white tiger cubs at a zoo in China
  • I never expected them to be twins, let alone triplets or quadruplets.
  • Indeed, if these early cells separate, they can each continue to develop, making identical twins, triplets, quadruplets, etc.
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