breedy

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From breed +‎ -y.

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Adjective[edit]

breedy (comparative more breedy, superlative most breedy)

  1. Apt or ready to breed, produce; breeding readily; prolific
    • 1997, Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain: A Novel, Atlantic Monthly Press, page 219:
      All three girls now had gathered about the table to gauge his progress. Together they cast a breedy scent like that arising from dank beds of galax, and it overpowered even the reek of the strange meat.
    • 2010, Lyndon Stacey, Cut Throat - Page 147:
      [...] he watched Stephen Douglas jump a neat clear on a breedy bay mare who went by the name of China Lily.

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