- a person or animal of unmixed ancestry; one descended of a pure breed.Compare purebred.
- relationship through both parents.
Origin of full blood
First recorded in 1805–15
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Examples from the Web for full blood
He was dressed like the other men, but was evidently a full-blood.The Eagle's Heart
He was a full-blood Cherokee, but had been captured when too young to have any memory of the event.Myths of the Cherokee
For my part, I cannot say that such language is applicable to full-blood Gipsies.A History of the Gipsies
He married a full-blood and has several splendid-looking children.The New North
Agnes Deans Cameron
He is a full-blood, and neither in face nor manner shows the least emotion.In Indian Mexico (1908)
- an individual, esp a horse or similar domestic animal, of unmixed race or breed
- the relationship between individuals having the same parents
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