from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To subject to outbreeding.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To breed more successfully than.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To breed outside the limits of the family, variety, race, or tribe.
But there is no political party on earth that is big enough for me and people who believe that liberalism's great hope is to create policies that encourage women to have 14 children so we can "outbreed" the competition and make sure the wrong people don't come in and ruin the place.
That does not prevent some serious scholars, like political scientist Eric Kaufmann,3 from making the opposite case that religious fundamentalists will outbreed the rest of us.
If there's a genetic component to religious belief, the pro-religion variant is mathematically bound to win out, a study shows, if believers continue to outbreed nonbelievers.
Is the only way to defeat these ideologies to outbreed them?
If they manage to convince enough of us (I doubt it) to see the world through their eyes, or if they outbreed us, and thus succeed in beating us through the ballot box, tough titty, it would be our fault.
In long run, fundamentalists will outbreed everybody else.
But outbreed too far and other difficulties arise as genetic incompatibilities between the parents make reproduction harder.
The Blue Whites are alarmed and outraged to be reminded that the Red Whites can afford to outbreed them and are outbreeding them.
Yes, it was true that-for a while-men would be able to outbreed robots, but far more important was the fact that one day robots would outthink men.
Muslims are indeed reproducing at a faster rate than the rest of us, he says, and they will eventually outbreed us and become a majority.
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