war baby

NOUN
  1. conceived or born during war
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How To Use war baby In A Sentence

  • Its downward trend was disturbed only by the uncertainty of the First World War and a sharp but transient post-war baby boom.
  • The war baby boom in the USA was from 1945 ---- 1964 .
  • Japan has a huge population of post-war baby-boomers and relatively few young people—indeed, so few children are being born that the population has started to shrink.
  • Lithium Ion Battery breakthrough promises 100-fold boost in performance March 20, 2009 The SLIK-STIK is a next-generation walking stick that just might be a killer app with the post war baby boom moving into senior citizenhood. Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine
  • Fifty years ago, the United States first met the postwar baby boom without enough pediatricians, schools, jobs or housing.
  • Fifty years ago, the United States first met the postwar baby boom without enough pediatricians, schools, jobs or housing.
  • He was born during the post-war baby boom.
  • Its downward trend was disturbed only by the uncertainty of the First World War and a sharp but transient post-war baby boom.
  • I'm a product of the postwar baby boom.
  • He was born during the post-war baby boom.
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