breeding definition

  • noun:
    • One's type of descent; ancestry: someone of noble reproduction.
    • learning the proper types of personal and private conduct.
    • Production of offspring or youthful.
    • The propagation of creatures or plants.
    • The process whereby propagation, growth or development occurs.
    • The act of insemination by natural or synthetic means
    • The work of copulation in creatures
    • Ejaculation within the rectum during bareback anal intercourse, usually placed on gay pornography
    • The work or procedure of creating or bearing.
    • The raising or enhancing of any kind of domestic creatures.
    • cultivate; education; development of manners.
    • Deportment or behavior in outside workplaces and decorums of personal life; ways; familiarity with, or trained in, the ceremonies, or courteous observances of community.
    • Descent; pedigree; extraction.
    • The act of generating or making.
    • The rearing of cattle or real time stock of any sort, especially by mingling or crossing one stress of a species of variety with another, with a view to improve the breed. See cross-breeding and in-and-in.
    • Upbringing; nurture; knowledge; instruction.
    • Deportment of behavior in social life; manners, especially good manners: as, good breeding (politeness); a guy of no reproduction (this is certainly, a very ill-bred guy).
    • In community their great reproduction and vivacity made him constantly welcome. Macaulay, Dramatists associated with the Restoration.
    • Descent; removal.
    • Synonyms Generation, production. Raising. Training, control.
    • helping some body develop becoming an accepted person in the community
    • the intercourse of conceiving and bearing offspring
    • style by virtue of fineness of fashion and expression
    • the consequence of great upbringing (especially familiarity with correct social behavior)
    • the production of animals or plants by inbreeding or hybridization
    • your distinct descent; ancestry: a person of noble breeding.
    • learning the appropriate kinds of personal and personal conduct.
    • creation of offspring or younger.
    • The propagation of creatures or flowers.
    • the procedure through which propagation, development or development happens.
    • The work of insemination by normal or artificial means
    • The act of copulation in pets
    • Ejaculation inside rectum during bareback rectal intercourse, typically placed on gay pornography
    • The act or procedure of generating or bearing.
    • The raising or increasing of any kind of domestic pets.
    • Nurture; training; formation of ways.
    • Deportment or behavior inside additional workplaces and decorums of personal life; manners; understanding of, or training in, the ceremonies, or courteous observances of culture.
    • lineage; pedigree; extraction.
    • The act of generating or producing.
    • The rearing of cattle or real time stock of any kind, especially by mingling or crossing one stress of a species of variety with another, with a view to improve the breed. See cross-breeding and in-and-in.
    • Upbringing; cultivate; knowledge; training.
    • Deportment of behavior in personal life; manners, specially great manners: as, great breeding (politeness); a man of no breeding (that's, an extremely ill-bred man).
    • In society his good reproduction and vivacity made him always welcome. Macaulay, Dramatists for the Restoration.
    • Descent; extraction.
    • Synonyms Generation, manufacturing. Raising. Instruction, discipline.
    • helping somebody mature becoming a recognized person in the city
    • the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring
    • beauty by virtue of fineness of way and phrase
    • caused by good upbringing (especially knowledge of proper personal behavior)
    • the production of animals or plants by inbreeding or hybridization
  • adjective:
    • Of, concerning or used for reproduction.
    • making offspring or put aside specifically for producing offspring
    • Of, associated with or employed for reproduction.
    • creating offspring or put aside particularly for creating offspring
  • verb:
    • Present participle of breed.
    • provide participle of type.

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