Pure-bred in a sentence

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How to use pure-bred in a sentence. Pure-bred pronunciation.

It was famous all around for its splendid, pure-bred beef cattle herd.
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I thought of the fence: yes, the man who answered my questions was renting from the owner of that pure-bred Angus herd; he was hauling wood for him and had taken the fence on the west side down.
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Auguste married a woman whose mother was a French half-breed and whose father was a pure-bred Highland Scotchman.
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Henry Scott says: "Dog-breeders know this theory well; and if a pure-bred bitch happens to breed to a dog of another breed, she is of little use for breeding pure-bred puppies afterward.
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Herbert Spencer has shown that when a pure-bred animal breeds with an animal of a mixed breed, the offspring resembles much more closely the parent of pure blood, and this may explain why the circumstance recorded by Balfour has been so seldom noted.
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No more widespread nor more wonderful criminal combine had ever been organized than that headed by The Sparrow, the little old man whom Londoners believed to be Cockney, yet Italians believed to be pure-bred Tuscan, while in Paris he was a true Parisian who could speak the argot of the Montmartre without a trace of English accent.
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He makes a speciality of the original pure-bred Cotswold sheep, and his rams being famous, he is able to do very well, in spite of the fact that there is little demand for the old breed of sheep, the mutton being of poor quality and the wool coarse and rough.
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A pure-bred Harab-not the sort of breed as is used to round here-different sort from our sort altogether.
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He was a still, mindless creature, hardly a man at all, a creature that the towns have produced, strangely pure-bred and fine in one sense, furtive, quick, subtle.
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And his fine, thin nostrils, the nostrils of a pure-bred street arab, would quiver with contempt at Leitner's splothering gymnastic displays.
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Examples of Pure-bred

Example #1
I had not counted on crossing it, but I knew that after a mile of this field trail I should emerge on the farmyard, and since I was particularly well acquainted with the trail from there across the wild land to Bell's corner, it suited me to do as my horses suggested.
Example #2
I knew the farm on which we were.
Example #3
I had passed between two posts without noticing them.
Example #4
Instead of crossing the wild land along its diagonal, I had, deceived by the changed direction of the wind, skirted its northern edge, holding close to the line of poplars.
Example #5
The result of this atrocious mixture was its justification-Tannis of the Flats-who looked as if all the blood of all the Howards might be running in her veins.
Example #6
The son of this union became in due time the father of Auguste Dumont.