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 for pregnant
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  170 Moby Thesaurus words for "pregnant":
     abecedarian, aboriginal, abounding, abundant, allegorical,
     antenatal, anticipating, associational, autochthonous, basal,
     basic, beginning, big, big with child, big-laden, blooming,
     bountiful, breeding, budding, bursting, bursting out, carrying,
     carrying a fetus, central, charged, climacteric, conceptive,
     conceptual, connotational, connotative, consequential, copious,
     creative, critical, crucial, decisive, definable, denotational,
     denotative, elemental, elementary, eloquent, embryonic, emergent,
     esemplastic, exigent, expectant, expecting, expressive, extended,
     extensional, exuberant, facund, fecund, fertile, fetal, figurative,
     flourishing, formative, foundational, fraught, fructiferous,
     fruitful, full of meaning, full of point, full of substance,
     fundamental, generative, generous, genetic, germinal, gestating,
     gestatory, gone, gravid, great, heavy, heavy with child,
     ideational, ideative, imaginative, important, in embryo,
     in its infancy, in ovo, in the bud, inaugural, inceptive, inchoate,
     inchoative, incipient, incunabular, indicative, infant, infantile,
     ingenious, initial, initiative, initiatory, inspired, intelligible,
     intensional, interpretable, introductory, inventive, kairotic,
     knocked up, loaded, lush, luxuriant, meaning, meaningful, meaty,
     metaphorical, momentous, nascent, natal, notional, original,
     originative, parturient, pithy, pivotal, plenteous, plentiful,
     pointed, postnatal, preggers, prenatal, primal, primary, prime,
     primeval, primitive, primogenial, primordial, pristine,
     procreative, productive, proliferous, prolific, protogenic,
     radical, readable, referential, replete, rich, rudimental,
     rudimentary, seminal, sententious, shaping, significant,
     significative, substantial, suggestive, superabundant, superfetate,
     superimpregnated, swarming, symbolic, teeming, thriving,
     transferred, uberous, up the spout, ur, visioned, weighty,
     with child
  
  

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