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Favoring the outlawing of abortion on the ground that it is the taking of a human life; pro-life.

right′-to-lif′er n.


US someone who supports the right to life of the unborn and opposes abortion, experiments on embryos, etc
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By conflating the antiabortion movement with people like Roeder, Singular doesn't simply slur the vast majority of nonviolent right-to-lifers.
With the lack of grounding in any consistent socio-political philosophy to define normative values, politics becomes emotional and hypocritical, producing individuals who at the same time identify themselves as right-to-lifers yet support immoral wars that incinerate Middle Eastern women and children with cluster bombs and white phosphorus.
And they serve as beacons of hope to the rank and file right-to-lifers who have worked tirelessly for decades on behalf of the voiceless.
There are deer hunters, rednecks, right-to-lifers, and everybody else here.
One of the biggest changes you're seeing this year is that Democrats are no longer hiding their own right-to-lifers, they're bringing them out.
Tom Coburn and Sam Brownback, widely respected among right-to-lifers, have been contacting prominent social conservatives, including many members of Congress, urging them to take a second look at McCain's record.
The McCain-Feingold law denies to gunfolks and right-to-lifers their basic First Amendment right to name friends and foes in ads run before elections.
Right-to-lifers and their opponents take up arms over the case of a drug-taking, hard-drinking small-town hellraiser dragged in front of the courts and ordered to have an abortion.
Yet running deeper is the space that such events opens up between the old positions of a simple battle between the right-to-lifers and the right-to-die movement.
A crisis is finally reached when the fanatical Isabel and her supporters, including Mahalia and a busload of right-to-lifers from out of town, picket Stein High to protest the teaching of the controversial poem, "the mother.
The gravest threat to the world is overpopulation, and the Catholic Church and right-to-lifers are to blame] (gist of Suzuki's remarks on CTV's Dini Petti Show, Dec.
Pro-choice advocates say they are concerned that right-to-lifers will seize the convention as an opportunity to legislate control over women's bodies.