outbred

ADJECTIVE
  1. bred of parents not closely related; having parents of different classes or tribes
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How To Use outbred In A Sentence

  • One is the fear of being outbred and then exterminated by the "other. "Seven Pounds" (2008)
  • So I see it as an unconscious aversion, a fear of being "outbred" by the "other. Archive 2007-12-01
  • Where those who would like to consider themselves the indigenous inhabitants are being outbred - too dumb to survive! On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • The underlying reason must be that people with thinner skulls outbred those with thicker. Gregory Cochran: The 10,000 Year Explosion: How Civilization Accelerated Human Evolution
  • Note that all related outbred progeny are related to these grandparents through their common sire.
  • But the outbred genetic diversity of our species and the absence of habits or rituals of biting prevent such cases from starting an epidemic. Who Knew That Cancer Could Be Catching?
  • View It » there is a movie called "idiocracy" about a world 500 years in the future were the stupid people have outbred the smart people and now rule the world. funny and scary at once b/c it does a good job of satirizing our culture. Propeller Most Popular Stories
  • The way to reproduce an outbred ancestor is to mate two individuals that mimic the appearance and pedigree of the ancestor's parents.
  • The way to reproduce an outbred ancestor is to mate two individuals that mimic the appearance and pedigree of the ancestor's parents.
  • There were over 100 separate languages that were coded by the Census Bureau and many of these linguistic subgoups were afraid of being "outbred" by the others, particularly the politically dominant Tagalogs, who were not the numerical majority. Walk This Way
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