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adjective blood·ed \ˈblə-dəd\

Definition of blooded

  1. 1 :  having blood of a specified kind —used in combination <cold-blooded>

  2. 2 :  being entirely or largely purebred <a herd of blooded stock>



Examples of blooded in a sentence

  1. <the expansive farm on which blooded Arabian horses are raised>



1572

First Known Use of blooded

1572



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