lowbred

[ loh-bred ]
/ ˈloʊˈbrɛd /

adjective

characterized by or characteristic of low or vulgar breeding; ill-bred; coarse.

Nearby words

  1. low-water mark,
  2. lowan,
  3. lowball,
  4. lowborn,
  5. lowboy,
  6. lowbrow,
  7. lowbush blueberry,
  8. lowchen,
  9. lowdown,
  10. lowe

Origin of lowbred

First recorded in 1750–60; low1 + bred

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Examples from the Web for lowbred

  • A fellow of your caste had otherwise obtained no hold upon me; a lowbred, illiterate drunkard——'

    Gerald Fitzgerald|Charles James Lever