You breed a new generation of bigoted caucasian officer when you belittle them and treat them unfairly.
Perhaps, once in awhile, scarcity will breed rational thinking, too.
It is a distinguishing characteristic of the breed that religious fanatics have a particularly lurid sexual imagination.
A commenter called bobvious claimed that “more people have been bitten by Chihuahuas in my presence than any other breed.”
Boo passed on, but she taught me so much about life and about loving that I just fell in love with the breed.
For that matter, the very oil they breed in, gives them sustenance.
This knowledge may produce shame and an effort to breed out the custom.
If so, the desired end of making a breed with the two sexes permanently different in colour might be gained.
I believe in improving this breed of men, not trying to destroy them.
Its nesting habits and eggs are unknown, but they are supposed to breed in the Antarctic regions.
Old English bredan "bring young to birth, carry," also "cherish, keep warm," from West Germanic *brodjan (cf. Old High German bruoten, German brüten "to brood, hatch"), from *brod- "fetus, hatchling," from PIE *bhreue- "burn, heat" (see brood (n.)). Original notion of the word was incubation, warming to hatch. Sense of "grow up, be reared" (in a clan, etc.) is late 14c. Related: Bred; breeding.
"race, lineage, stock" (originally of animals), 1550s, from breed (v.). Of persons, from 1590s. Meaning "kind, species" is from 1580s.
Noun A group of organisms having common ancestors and sharing certain traits that are not shared with other members of the same species. Breeds are usually produced by mating selected parents.