Thesaurus / high-bred

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She is a red-hot Secessionist, as they all are, except Coulter himself, but she is a good wife and high-bred lady.

She noted that he was as well groomed as the most high-bred man she had ever known—as well as Pelham, for example.

Mrs. DarrellFoxcroft Davis

My wife must be my social equal and the natural associate of high-bred women.

There was something neat and high-bred, a quakerish elegance, about the rogue that hit my fancy on the spot.

And by high-bred ladies I don't mean duchesses and countesses.

The History of PendennisWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

Miss Field smiled, and a soft pink colour came into her fine, high-bred face.

But this was a high-bred potato, and not one of the common lot.

The Holy EarthL. H. Bailey

She looked at it curiously, scarcely recognizing the delicate, high-bred features for her own.

These high-bred beauties are indeed a contrast to those known as the professional beauties.

The capital was a tiny city, but it had high-bred society into which Ann would fit so well.

Lincoln's Love StoryEleanor Atkinson
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.