Words nearby inbred
Origin of inbred
Definition for inbred (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·bred, in·breed·ing.
verb (used without object), in·bred, in·breed·ing.
Examples from the Web for inbred
Pee-wee Herman Is an Inbred Prince Paul Reubens is great as Pee-wee Herman.
This summer, he sent a letter to investors calling the Federal Reserve a “group of inbred academics.”Who Gave $1 Million or More to Super PACs? A Daily Beast Roundup|Josh Dzieza|February 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Also my inbred, almost instinctive curiosity as to the purposes and antecedents of lurking folk of all kinds, pricked me.The Dew of Their Youth|S. R. Crockett
The photograph was still in her hand; but her inbred delicacy of feeling kept the portrait hidden.Heart and Science|Wilkie Collins
But there is this in all genuine and inbred obstinacy, that after a time it often comes out worst beside those we love best.Bunyan Characters|Alexander Whyte
He has an inbred capacity for reading the riddle the right way in cases of mystery, great or small.My Lady's Money|Wilkie Collins
With this particular pair, inbred to the uttermost, he had successfully surmounted a great risk.The Patrician|John Galsworthy