Origin of inbreeding
verb (used with object), in·bred, in·breed·ing.
verb (used without object), in·bred, in·breed·ing.
Origin of inbreed
Examples from the Web for inbreeding
Contemporary Examples of inbreeding
The family also believed that inbreeding was central to both preserving the family fortune and ensuring “purity of blood.”Foxcatcher’s Real-Life Psycho Killer
November 18, 2014
Their excuse for the killing the giraffe was that they were worried about inbreeding.At the Copenhagen Zoo, Humans Can Be Animals
March 28, 2014
Break out the banjos and inbreeding jokes, folks, the Appalachian lounge suit is back.Enough with the Overalls!
April 7, 2010
Historical Examples of inbreeding
Inbreeding, caponizing, etc., What to do at different seasons.Apple Growing
M. C. Burritt
It is very probable, but not absolutely certain, that inbreeding is harmful.
The notion of harm in inbreeding has spread all over the earth.
Inbreeding maintains the excellence of a breed at the expense of its vigor.
Inbreeding intensifies and fixes the qualities, be they good or bad.Hints on Dairying
T. D. Curtis