from The Century Dictionary.
- Not distinguished by a pedigree.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Not distinguished by a pedigree.
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- adjective Without a
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He is a throaty man, is Inglesby; and this, with an uncompromising squareness of forehead, a stiffness of hair, and a hard hint of white in the eyes, lent him a lowering likeness to an unpedigreed bull.
Carolinian, had passed into the unpedigreed hands of a woman named
The hobnailed shoes of the Teuton (who wears his mountain kit all the way from Hamburg to Palermo) wore up and down the stairs all day; and the racket from the hucksters 'carts and hotel omnibuses, arriving and departing from the steamboat landing, the shouts of the begging boatmen, the quarreling of the children and the barking of unpedigreed dogs, -- these noises were incessant from dawn until sunset.
It is more respectable by daylight; stout ladies with children and mittens and bundles and unpedigreed dogs drop up of afternoons for a stein and a chat.
The club, run for and by comedians, was an unpedigreed underdog, but broke conventions of the day in paying its performers reasonable fees and maintaining Crimmins 'comedy booking standards.
In "moving" the young fighter there is an oppressed population of pugilist, unskilled, unpedigreed and unprotected who are targeted as lambs of slaughter to build confidence.
As Ray told the story later, the creditors’ attorney tried to collect only one thing: Ginger the unpedigreed Irish setter.