[ djˈuː dˈe͡ɪt], [ djˈuː dˈeɪt], [ d_j_ˈuː d_ˈeɪ_t]
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How to use "Due date" in context?
When conception occurs, a sperm and an egg unite to form a single cell. After the fertilization process, a baby may gestate for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. Depending on the individual's health, pregnancy may last anywhere from 37 to 42 weeks. Finally, on the due date, the baby will crown (see head) and be delivered.
Homophones for Due date:
- dewy, date, dada, deed, d.o.a., die, dat, dodo, death, dude, ded, dyewood, dewey, dew, daddy, duty, duet, 3-D, dod, daw, dated, D, dd, dote, doe, dead heat, dawah, dy, d-day, dewy-eyed, dud, dad, death duty, doodia, dyeweed, due, dhoti, ditty, do away with, dead, ddt, diet, ditto, doodad, 3D, de, Deadwood, dit, da, da'wah, doh, deadhead, dethaw, DOEI, die out, deity, duo, die away, diode, DoI, dia, duad, day, dye, 2d, dot, data, deadeye, dyad, do it, doha, day-to-day, dido, dah, duette, dotted, dotty, dado, dowdy, dita, d.a., DEA, DO, dyed, dhow, dhawa, due to.
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