[ UK /ˈɪnbɹɛd/ ]
[ US /ˈɪnˌbɹɛd/ ]
  1. normally existing at birth
    mankind's connatural sense of the good
  2. produced by inbreeding
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How To Use inbred In A Sentence

  • Inspired by the intrepid babushka, I overcame the inbred fear of Russian salesmen and requested that my order be warmed as well.
  • Human beings often have an inbred dislike of the stranger.
  • We assume that the parents that initiate the cross are pure inbred lines.
  • Both were direct progeny of that parent, and one of these inbreds had additional backcrossing to that parent in its pedigree.
  • Nuclei were isolated from cell lines or spleen from transgenic animals or inbred mouse strains.
  • Such a laboratory offered very attractive facilities and precious inbred guinea pig strains essential to my work in immunogenetics. Baruj Benacerraf - Autobiography
  • Plants for mutagenesis were the progeny of one pair of plants from this inbred population.
  • The Westboro Baptist Church: even their troglodyte, inbred, six-toed frogspawn get in on the hate! Nunc Scio » Blog Archive » Hate Church gets $11 million fine
  • The most recent history of durum wheat has been marked by modern genetic improvement, involving the replacement of landraces by inbred varieties and the introduction of dwarfing genes (second part of the 20th century).
  • Aye, I thought I could detect a culchie inbred-hillbilly accent. The Bloomsday Dead
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