Origin of crossbred
verb (used with object), cross·bred, cross·breed·ing.
verb (used without object), cross·bred, cross·breed·ing.
Origin of crossbreed
Examples from the Web for crossbred
Contemporary Examples of crossbred
The most fit are crossbred—chunks of their code are swapped, creating a new generation.This is What Happens When You Teach Machines the Power of Natural Selection
February 1, 2014
Historical Examples of crossbred
These wools are suitable for almost all classes of Merino and crossbred yarns.Textiles
William H. Dooley
Bac an Leth-choin (bark an lechun), Shelf of the crossbred dog.Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire
John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
The first test was upon a crossbred sheep with an average fleece.The Little Gleaner, Vol. X.
The problem is essentially the same as that of the substitution of the crossbred for the merino.Supply and Demand
Hubert D. Henderson
In early times it was the almost universal opinion that crossbred stock had more vitality than pure-bred stock.Our Domestic Birds
John H. Robinson