Mr. Malbone would hardly imagine you had been bred in a Christian land.
It is the result of apprehension and misapprehension, and bred of race-fear.
"So I've a right to do, being born and bred to the bar," says Sir Condy.
There was a neighbour of mine, a farmer, who had two sons whom he bred up to the business.
All the wicked fellows whom I remember at the university were bred at them.
Bred in coldness and severity, this had rescued him to have a warm and sympathetic heart.
Some architects have been bred in this room; a few, I think, Mr Pinch?'
It is a sin of our race that the Eugenics Office should have bred out--but they have failed.
"But you have not been bred for danger," scoffed the Countess.
But she had been bred to self-control, and she betrayed nothing.