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