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noun

a person or animal of unmixed ancestry; one descended of a pure breed.Compare purebred.
relationship through both parents.

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Origin of full blood

First recorded in 1805–15
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full blood

noun

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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