pure-blooded[ pyoo r-bluhd ]SEE DEFINITION OF pure-blooded
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PURE-BLOODED
He did not laugh at his idea, as a pure-blooded Englishman would have laughed.
He danced so well that I seemed to see before me a pure-blooded Sicilian.
I have a Black, and two pure-blooded Indians, while the rest are Creoles.
"Nearly a pure-blooded London Saxon" is his characterization of himself.
I had understood that he had no poultry, but was in search of pure-blooded stock.
The instinct of their ancestors, the pure-blooded mustangs, was strong in them.
The Turks prefer the Turkman horse to the pure-blooded, slender Arabian.
Bowser was not a pure-blooded hound; he was fat and he was faultily trained.
It was a volume on the breeding and care of pure-blooded horses.
He was a pure-blooded Camanche, and altogether, one of the finest specimens of his race I ever beheld.