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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outbreed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Produced by outbreeding; bred outside the stock or pair of animals under consideration: contrasted with inbred. See outbreed.
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- adj. bred of parents not closely related; having parents of different classes or tribes
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So I see it as an unconscious aversion, a fear of being "outbred" by the "other."
There were over 100 separate languages that were coded by the Census Bureau and many of these linguistic subgoups were afraid of being "outbred" by the others, particularly the politically dominant Tagalogs, who were not the numerical majority.
But the outbred genetic diversity of our species and the absence of habits or rituals of biting prevent such cases from starting an epidemic.
The underlying reason must be that people with thinner skulls outbred those with thicker.
Where those who would like to consider themselves the indigenous inhabitants are being outbred - too dumb to survive!
One is the fear of being outbred and then exterminated by the "other."
However, European and African genomes have a similar number of differences from the Neanderthal genome, suggesting that modern humans in Europe outbred rather than assimilated the Neanderthals.
Pointing out the facts on the ground - tens of millions of landless masses that have outbred the capacity of the land to sustain them and who are destroying whole ecologies along the Sahel is politically impermissible to the Left.
I suspect that the problem here is that you have a small community which is relatively closed and inbred, versus the biology community targeted above, which is large and outbred.
That we are being outbred by hispanics and the the Muslims and our Euro-centric culture is being destroyed because we aren't having enough children.