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unbred

[ uhn-bred ]

adjective

  1. not taught or trained.
  2. not bred breed or mated, as a stock animal; not yet bred: breed:

    An unbred cow gives no milk.



unbred

/ ʌnˈbrɛd /

adjective

  1. a less common word for ill-bred
  2. not taught or instructed
  3. obsolete.
    not born


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Word History and Origins

Origin of unbred1

First recorded in 1590–1600; un- 1 + bred

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Example Sentences

Then turning to the lady next her—The most unbred creature you ever saw.

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