Examples of inbred in a Sentence
They have an inbred love of freedom.
an inbred desire to do good in the world
Recent Examples of inbred from the Web
Behind the inbred upper-class arrogance, the taste for adventure, lies the self-hate of a vain misfit for whom nothing will ever be worthy of his loyalty.
Lebowitz said the miniature pigs, created for BioTransplant by a local supplier of animals for medical research, were highly inbred and this could be the reason their viruses could not be transmitted to human cells at least in the laboratory.
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INBRED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inbred for English Language Learners
: existing as a basic part of a person's nature or character
: born from or produced by animals, plants, or people that are closely related : produced by inbreeding
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