Also especially British, hy·brid·ise.
Origin of hybridize
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How far watermelons and muskmelons, or squashes with melons, will hybridize, is uncertain.Soil Culture
J. H. Walden
Now hybridize these and I think, if you work at it long enough, you will get a tree that will have all those good qualities.Northern Nut Growers Association, Report of the Proceedings at the Third Annual Meeting
Northern Nut Growers Association
Still other species of ferns are known to hybridize more or less, as we saw in the case of Scott's spleenwort.The Fern Lover's Companion
George Henry Tilton
Mr. Mijurin states that while neither of the two parents will hybridize with the common peach, this hybrid does.The Peaches of New York
U. P. Hedrick
The Carnivora generally are very easy to hybridize, and many successful experiments have been made with animals in captivity.
- to produce or cause to produce hybrids; crossbreed
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