pure-blood

pureblood

[pyoor-bluhd]
noun
1.
an individual, especially an animal, whose ancestry consists of a single strain or type unmixed with any other.
adjective Also, pureblooded, pure-blooded.
2.
of or pertaining to a pureblood.
3.
purebred ( def 1 ).

Origin:
1770–80; pure + blood

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pureblood (pyur'blŭd') or pure·blood·ed (-blŭd'ĭd)
adj.
Of unmixed ancestry; purebred.

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