having established purebred ancestry: a pedigreed collie.
- non·ped·i·greed, adjective
- un·ped·i·greed, adjective
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How to use pedigreed in a sentence
Defensive-pedigreed coaches whose defenses actually did well, but churned through QBs and couldn’t get the offense on track.The NFL Regular Season Ended As It Started: In Absolute Chaos | Sara Ziegler (email@example.com) | January 10, 2022 | FiveThirtyEight
In an academic world devoted to acknowledging complexity, such dishonest Soviet-pedigreed sloganeering should be repudiated.
Awful accusations–especially those concerning pedigreed children of beloved Hollywood icons–spread like viral wildfire.
Schuyler Evans, a pedigreed bachelor from London, says he can spot a Harry hunter a mile away.
But perhaps the most common pursuit for stars with pedigreed names is a jewelry or cosmetics line.
They often irritate the self-anointed because their pasts are not pedigreed.
You oughtnt to want to get pedigreed geese that belonged to a farmerespecially a farmer with that kind of a disposition.
Nobodys going to jump out of the river and tell us that these are his pedigreed perch.
First there were those pedigreed geese up on the river, and now Henry.
Brindle is so pedigreed I don't believe he would thank you for the bar sinister you put on him.Back at School with the Tucker Twins | Nell Speed
The manner of judging pedigreed field dogs has been reduced to an almost exact science.Hunting Dogs | Oliver Hartley