Adjective "bred" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/brɛd/

Definitions and examples

    adjective

    (of a person or animal) reared in a specified environment or way.
    1. 'Specially bred horses (all stallions no more than 14 hands high) were fed and housed in lavish stables and great forts.'
    2. 'Much of the delivery work was done by half-draft or specially bred horses.'
    3. 'As Luni rode through town, mounted on his exquisitely bred horse, she decided that life with him might not be so bad.'

    Definitions

    1. simple past tense and past participle of breed.

    More examples(as adjective)

    "owners can be bred of lives."

    "bulls can be bred by fightings."

    "people can be bred."

    "horses can be bred."

    "animals can be bred."

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