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- adj. Having a pedigree; purebred
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a distinguished pedigree.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a list of ancestors as proof of being a purebred animal
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What is needed now is to confirm this finding with a "pedigreed" Diebold touch-screen system � ie., one to which we are given legitimate access with one of our publicly known experts.
The press thinks it is real - that these are 'pedigreed' Roman Catholic women carrying out a legitimate ordination rite.
Each fish is "pedigreed," listing where it was caught and by whom.
But there is nothing to stop you from spending it on a binge in Cancún, a week at Canyon Ranch or a pedigreed Tibetan mastiff with a diamond-studded collar.
Rice, the staple of Japan, is given special status and steamed with pedigreed Matsutake mushrooms.
Wurstküche; Inside downtown L.A.'s woody Wurstküche, a new home for pedigreed hot dogs.
The year is 1976, and the family, Frank McKotch, an eminent scientist; his pedigreed wife, Paulette; and their three beautiful children has embarked on its annual vacation at the Captain's House, the grand old family retreat on Cape Cod.
There are few such unrenovated pedigreed apartments left in New York.
"Chicago has never had a more qualified, a more pedigreed, a more experienced person to go into City Hall and sit on the fifth floor," Davis said.
London stocked his piggery with only the finest pedigreed pigs.