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full-bred

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Definition of full-bred in English:

adjective

(Of an animal) bred from parents of the same breed or variety; of unmixed origin: a large full-bred Alsatian
More example sentences
  • it is not in my power to furnish the gentleman with a full-bred ewe, as my whole stock of the full-bred ewes at present is only twenty.
  • If a picture wasn't going well I'd put a dog in it, always a mongrel, never one of the full-bred puppies.
  • He's a full-bred Staffordshire Bullpit Rottweiler, and though he occasionally chews the bottom of the backdoor off, he's a harmless creature.

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