Definitions

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  • adj. Able to breed or be bred.

Etymologies

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breed +‎ -able

Examples

  • "I got into the breedable bunnies first," says Ms. Bach.

    You Can Lead a Virtual Horse to Water, But You Might Get Sued Along the Way

  • Required intact licenses for breedable dogs cost $60 per year; altered ones cost $20.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • You will go, as all unwed females of breedable years do, to the marriage auction block.

    Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down

  • If beauty were a simple thing, it would be possible to arrange human beings in a simple scale, according to whether they had more or less of this simple quality -- just as one can do in the case of what are perhaps really simple and breedable qualities -- height or weight.

    Mankind in the Making

  • If beauty were a simple thing, it would be possible to arrange human beings in a simple scale, according to whether they had more or less of this simple quality — just as one can do in the case of what are perhaps really simple and breedable qualities — height or weight.

    Mankind in the Making

  • Nothing, at any rate, seems more certain than that one result of this most disastrous struggle will be an urgent demand by all the States engaged in it for at least as many male children as the mothers of each country can supply, without special regard to their other characters, breedable or not breedable.

    Science and Morals and Other Essays

  • It's either that or future wars to decide who has rights to breedable wives.

  • At the same time, FarmVille players who visit and participate in Capital One's farm will receive a limited edition - and breedable - Capital One Goat, which is of high value given Farmville's recent introduction of "animal mastery" and forthcoming "animal breeding pens."

  • Inaugurating a new facility built at a cost of Rs 20 lakhs at the district veterinary poly clinic, meant for training the para veterinarians, she said that Gopalamitra programme offered by the Andhra Pradesh Livestock Development Agency (APLDA) was aimed at focusing on cattle breeding, fodder development and calf rearing by covering 100 per cent of the breedable cattle population.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • If a dog looks like a, b and c and has demonstrated it is capable of doing x, y and z then it gets a check mark for being a breedable example of Schleswig-Holstein Goose Dog don’t bother Googling – I made it up – I hope.

    Dogs: Shows, Trials, Tests, Matches, etc.

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