Did you perhaps mean purebred?
- n. Plural form of purebred.
“I've seen animals die simply because the "purebreds" have to have certain traits.”
“Jeronimus, you're a little hysterical there: 'purebreds'?”
“Americans ... instead of limiting yourself to socializing mostly with "purebreds".”
“Rejected, but nonetheless in need of love), it still comes from a place where "purebreds" are better.”
“Jarvis sold purebreds to his neighbors at reasonable prices and Vermont quickly became synonymous with quality wool.”
“Much greater losses have occurred as a result of modern breed formation, one result of which is the more than 400 inheritable diseases to which purebreds are uniquely vulnerable.”
“Then the starting bell would ring, and the magnificent Arabian purebreds would barrel down the track, the thundering of their hooves mixing with the cheers of the crowd.”
“One of the largest online pet adoption agencies in the U.S., Petfinder.com, currently has 11 Scottish Deerhound purebreds and mixes up for adoption.”
“And that includes not only purebreds but the many greater-in-number and wonderful mixed breeds as well.”
“Very Hot Dogs: For those who fear Westminster withdrawal symptoms after tonight's competition, may I recommend Josh Dean's superb new book, Show Dog, which goes inside the world of competitive purebreds.”
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