She was not like Alston, not like his sister, who had a highbred charm, something in the way of Alston's own.
A friend of mine has a highbred Boston terrier named "Betty."
Mrs. Highbred, hearing of her popularity, concluded to give a party and invite her.
Lucilla showed her a fine photograph of his powerful, melancholy, highbred face, and she was quite overcome by it.
It struck Marion by its resolution, a sort of highbred bullying and a little hardness about it.
Her lip curled, baring teeth of the purest pearl, and a sneer quivered on the highbred nostrils.
Some of that highbred company displaced and banished the next day, as repeated inspection made the taste more rigidly exclusive.
At sight of him, the impression produced upon me was of a refined, highbred, and chivalrous gentleman.
She no sooner came near the princess, than that lady's highbred nostrils suddenly expanded like a bloodhorse's.
Now, if you buy a highbred animal, and pay a fancy price, it goes under at the least little thing.