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  • n. Plural form of warmblood.

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Examples

  • Hers is a world populated by witches, vampires and demons, who co-exist, Harry Potter-style, with Muggle-ish humans, known as warmbloods.

    Books: 'A Discovery of Witches' by Deborah Harkness, reviewed by Elizabeth Hand

  • The Plated Folk have stole technology from Jon-Tom's world to try and invasion and enslave the "warmbloods".

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Mr. Lubbers said that over the past couple of years, he's flown around 100 warmbloods, or specialized breeds of European sport horses, to individual Chinese buyers, new equestrian clubs and soon-to-be-opened horse-riding resorts across the country.

    Chinese Chukkers

  • They, as all European warmbloods, were bred for war mounts.

    What to Do With Your Gift From George W.

  • All are registered in the ATA. By way of background: Trakehners [Tra - Cane-ners] are German warmbloods from East Prussia.

    What to Do With Your Gift From George W.

  • These warmbloods are what stopped the barbarian invasions in Europe.

    What to Do With Your Gift From George W.

  • No, these mares were as sturdy as they were lovely; two generations out of the wild horses of the Long Downs, and crossbred to Kelpan warmbloods for looks and stamina.

    The Robin And The Kestrel

  • Sounds like the judge just does not like that type of horse. for example, I like Tb but not warmbloods.

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  • As for temprement, he's just fairly typical of most warmbloods, although nothing bad I couldn't really wax lyrical about his temprement.

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  • No one save these savage warmbloods, whom every fiber of his being told him couldn’t be trusted not to pervert his knowledge of the ecosculptor.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

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