Bred from the best blood through a long line; pure-blooded; -- said of stock, as horses. Hence, having the characteristics of such breeding; mettlesome; courageous; of elegant form, or the like.
A thoroughbred animal, especially a horse.
A horse breed
1976 studio album by Carole King
1936 film by Ken G. Hall
Series of children's novels by American author Joanna Campbell
American passenger train
Pureblooded, Purebred, Pureblood, Pedigreed, Pedigree
Bed, Bled, Bread, Bred, Dead, Dread, Dred, Dredd, Ed, Fed, Fled, Fread, Fred, Freda, Ged, Head, Jed, Lead, Led, Med, Ned, Nedd, Pled, Read, Reade, Red, Redd, Said, Schwed, Sffed, Shead, Shed, Shedd, Shred, Sled, Sledd, Sped, Spread, Stead, Swed, Szwed, Ted, Thread, Tread, Wed, Wedd, Wehde, Zed
Abed, Adread, Ahead, Behead, Embed, Imbed, Instead, Misled, Numed, Purebred, Retread, Sayed, Unread, Unsaid, Unted, Unwed, Widespread
Biomed, Infrared, Interbred, Overfed, Overhead, Thoroughbred
Thoroughbred in Spanish is Pura Sangre
Thoroughbred in Tagalog is Walang-halo
|Example Sentence (Quote)|
" Jim Eastwood: I believe I can be the champion thoroughbred that this process requires." - The Apprentice (UK)