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Definition of Inbred

  • Bred within; innate; as, inbred worth.
  • produced by inbreeding

How to use inbred in a sentence. Inbred pronunciation.

He was full of inbred suspicions and, perhaps, of unreasonable demands.
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David watched her, fighting with himself, and with that inbred antipathy of temperament which seemed to paralyse both will and judgment.
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Old inbred stock, you know.
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She abhorred the sea and all that pertained to it, less from any dread of its dangers than from an inbred conviction that sailors were "low" in the social scale-a species of necessary vagabonds.
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Simple and innocent vulgarity is merely an untrained and undeveloped bluntness of body and mind; but in true inbred vulgarity, there is a dreadful callousness, which, in extremity, becomes capable of every sort of bestial habit and crime, without fear, without pleasure, without horror, and without pity.
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Lord Edward at once relieved the squaw of her pack by placing it upon his own shoulders-a beautiful instance of what the French call _politesse de coeur_-the inbred politeness of the true gentleman.
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They were to attack hoary systems of evil, and inbred and actively intrenched sin, in every human heart; but He was to go before them, preparing the way for conquest, by convincing the world of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment (John xvi.
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And with many who are properly taught and gladly obedient, this work is done quickly, and the heavenly Dove, the Blessed One, takes up his constant abode within them; the toil and strife with inbred sin is ended by its destruction, and they enter at once into the sabbath of full salvation.
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Some days the work prospers and seems almost complete, and then peace and joy and comfort abound in the heart; at other times the work is hindered, and oftentimes almost or quite undone, by the strivings and stirrings of inbred sin, by fits of temper, by lightness and frivolity, by neglect of watchfulness and prayer, and the patient, attentive study of His word; by worldliness, by unholy ambitions, by jealousies and envyings, by uncharitable suspicions and harsh judgments and selfish indulgences, and slowness to believe.
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Those who emphasise the baptism with the Holy Ghost and fullness of the Spirit, but say little or nothing of cleansing from inbred sin and the destruction of the carnal mind.
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The great hindrance in the hearts of God's children to the power of the Holy Ghost is inbred sin-that dark, defiant, evil something within that struggles for the mastery of the soul, and will not submit to be meek and lowly, and patient and forbearing and holy, as was Jesus; and when the Holy Spirit comes, His first work is to sweep away that something, that carnal principle, and make free and clean all the channels of the soul.
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This destruction of inbred sin is made perfectly plain in that wonderful Old Testament type of the baptism with the Holy Ghost and fire recorded in the sixth chapter of Isaiah.
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But there is this in all genuine and inbred obstinacy, that after a time it often comes out worst beside those we love best.
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For whereas they hate the name of Christ; and have a secret inbred rancour against the people among whom they live: these (contrariwise) give unto our Saviour many high attributes, and love the nation of Bensalem extremely.
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She was dimly aware that this was a foolish thing to do, but her inbred disdain and horror of everything rough made her act on instinct instead of reason.
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Other men are as foul or fouler; but in none is foulness so inbred and so ingrained, from none is it so inseparable.
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For the inbred naturalism of the modern period has not only asserted itself, amalgamated with Kantian elements, in the realistic metaphysics and mechanical psychology of Herbart and in the system of Schopenhauer, as a lateral current by the side of Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel, but, under the influence of the new and powerful development of the natural sciences, has once more confidently risen against the traditions of the idealistic school, although now it is tempered by criticism and concedes to the practical ideals at least a refuge in faith.
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They are the result of the same cause in both cases: the possessor's old and inbred custom of regarding himself as a superior being.
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But he began to consider the dignity of his age, and his ancient years, and the inbred honour of his grey head, and his good life and conversation from a child; and he answered without delay, according to the ordinances of the holy law made by God, saying, that he would rather be sent into the other world.
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No; I defy ev'n Envy's cankering tongue To brand me with the name of faithless steward Still steady to my trust, nor love, nor fear, Shall reason from my soul, its inbred honesty.
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Examples of Inbred

Example #1
Whilst thus occupied, the head of the man was averted from me.
Example #2
He resented the confinement of the dinner-table, the impalement of the ball-room, the imprisonment of the pew.
Example #3
In her wild excitement she sprang up and began to pace the narrow room.
Example #4
You call everything unchristian you don't like, whether its dancing, or-or-early celebration, or organ music, or altar-cloths.
Example #5
They will produce somebody like poor Mr. Quentin, who was as sane as you or me, but as a rule in every generation there is one member of the family-or more-who is just a little bit-" and he tapped his forehead.
Example #6
The Kennedys are-always have been-just a wee bit queer.