pureblood


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Synonyms for pureblood

Synonyms for pureblood

a pedigreed animal of unmixed lineage

having a list of ancestors as proof of being a purebred animal

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The Pureblood Flight of Death is airborne His word is law; you are nothing, Ay-rabs Starving infants clinging to a mother's corpse Drugged cockroaches Disobey him?
However, as Elaine Ostry notes, it is another pureblood, Ron, who acts as "the mouthpiece of common prejudices" and shrinks back from Lupin, a teacher he previously respected (95).
The 326 pigs were chosen from three different pureblood breed, Large White (LW), Landrace (L) and Meishan (MS); and four crossbreed, LW x L, L x LW, LW x MS and MS x LW, reference families founded by Key Laboratory of Swine Genetics and Breeding, Ministry of Agriculture, Huazhong Agricultural University.
What does Judaism have to say about mudbloods, the derogatory term Rowling's characters use for those in the magical world who are not pureblood wizards and have at least one human parent?
Civil-union schemes, then, are instruments in the institutionalization of Heterosexual Supremacy, just as, in the racist's mind, letting a black man marry a white woman would not just besmirch Whiteness, but would also destroy the very ritual, pureblood marriage, by which Caucasians are initiated into Whiteness, are made White, and so further would destroy Whiteness itself, what it means to be White.
A pureblood girl born into a werewolf family is torn between her family and the people she really loves, a boy trying only to do the right thing, silver bloods and werelings.
Pureblood: A pureblood refers to someone who is born to two magical parents while a Muggle is someone who does not have any magical powers, and they tend to be ignorant of the world of witches and wizards.