purebred

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Synonyms for purebred

Synonyms for purebred

a pedigreed animal of unmixed lineage

bred for many generations from member of a recognized breed or strain

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The Jewish Chancellor of the University of Ulster, Rabbi Julia Neuberger admitted that not even the classroom can breed true tolerance.
Those that did not breed true gave rise to tall plants three-quarters of the time and to dwarf plants one-quarter of the time.
As a teacher, I will attempt to bring my students to an awareness and acceptance of differences that breed true respect and understanding for individuals different from themselves.
When these hybrid breeds are bred back to another in the flock or from another flock the characteristics do not breed true.
Heterozygous plants won't breed true, and some of their offspring will be susceptible to virus attack.
In the absence of other varieties of the same species nearby, open-pollinated plants will breed true to type (i.
It is not hardy and does not breed true from seed, so plants are raised from cuttings each year.