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full-blooded

(esp of horses) of unmixed ancestry; thoroughbred
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"That's right," said the full-blooded young man, grinning all over a convivial countenance.
And I was ushered into an empty room with a good bay-window, which enabled my full-blooded friend to inspect me yet more critically in a good light; this he did without the least false delicacy; then his questions began.
She was a woman, a nut-brown woman, an Amazon, a full-blooded, full-bodied woman, and royal ripe.
"A Banker - full-blooded Banker," Harvey called back as he boarded a trolley, and Cheyne went on with his blissful dreams for the future.
"It was competitive and full-blooded but I better not comment about the referee as I probably have a 20-game ban hanging over my head."
Park shared she is better in speaking Filipino over her fiance John who is a full-blooded Filipino born in Australia.
Fakorede in the statement said, Omisore 'as a full-blooded democrat believes democracy is a system that allows people to freely make their choices,' will not 'encourage violence or attack of any form on anybody.'
ZOMBIE Nazis make a frontal assault on the senses and take the Second World War to a new level of hell in this full-blooded action horror.
OVERLORD (18) HHHH H ZOMBIE Nazis make a frontal assault on the senses and take the Second World War to a new level of hell in this full-blooded action horror.
OVERLORD (18)HHHH H ZOMBIE Nazis make a frontal assault on the senses and take the Second World War to a new level of hell in this full-blooded action horror.
There must be a full-blooded drive, by law if necessary, to stop food manufacturers and retailers from harming us.
He is a full-blooded Maranao and I think he grew up in Lanao del Sur, he studied there, he got married there, and is being looked up to as...)," he added.