All the land was a breeding-ground for the dividends of Hedworth Westerling.
What has he ever done, in all his dull days, to make that harmless mind a breeding-ground for every sort of degenerate idea?
The black-and-white warbler is one of the earliest spring warblers to reach its breeding-ground in the Transition Zone.
The scarlet-legged oyster-catcher, or “sea-pie,” makes Annet its breeding-ground; as also do many of the terns.
The gently sloping water front was the breeding-ground for quite a few harbor seals.
But your leper spot, your Old World plague-house, your breeding-ground of pest-begotten human vermin!
Had we spent all this money and trouble only to provide a breeding-ground for this horrible hemipterous tribe?
Truly, I think that same rodeo has been but the breeding-ground of gossip and ill-feeling, and is like to bear bitter fruit.
Mr. Belloc once said, very wisely and truly, that inertia was the breeding-ground of inspiration.
It is a breeding-ground for a whole new philosophy of heaven, hell, and the New Haven Railroad.