homebred

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home·bred

 (hōm′brĕd′)
adj.
Raised, bred, or reared at home; domestic.
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homebred

(ˈhəʊmˌbrɛd)
adj
1. raised or bred at home
2. lacking sophistication or cultivation; crude
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home•bred

(ˈhoʊmˈbrɛd)

adj.
bred or produced at home; native.
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But as this is a subject which belongs rather to the politician and historian than to the humble narrator of the homebred incidents we are about to reveal, we must confine our reflections to such matters as have an immediate relation to the subject of the tale.
Earlier they retained the Supreme Champion title for the fourth year running with a homebred ewe.
The Godolphin homebred, who is from a family laced with decent performers, shaped nicely on her debut and sole start last season.
D Shakhat, homebred at the iconic stud farm which was set up in 2007, began the proceedings on day two of the event, a horse show for Purebred Arabians, by topping the Yearling Colts class.
Their homebred Pacify is something of a course specialist, rather like stablemate Here And Now who bolted up by five lengths here for Ralph Beckett on Wednesday.
Welsh Black champion, was Eirianfa Ebrill 7, a homebred in-calf heifer from Eirian and Caryl Lewis, Lampeter.
Later in the day, Mr Curry invested a portion of his takings on teaming up with fellow Northumberland breeders the Campbell family of Thrunton, Alnwick, to pay 14,000gns in a two-way split for the junior champion, Blelack Imperialist TI +46 SRI +49, a 17-month-old by the homebred Blelack Forbes from father-and-son team Neil and Graeme Massie of Dinnet, Aboyne.
A two-year-old homebred Charollais ewe from Aberdeenshire''s Bruce Ingram - already the pairs winner - got the nod from judge Patrick Tantrum in the Champions of Champions sheep showdown.
Andrea's other ride is another homebred star, Gingerly Does It, who is competing successfully at Prix St George's level.
The Queen is riding her favourite homebred mare Tinkerbell, 20, while Anne rides Peter Pan, seven, and Zara is on Tiger Lily, three.
But the homebred fighers' impressive run came to an end when Paisley's David McIntyre was beaten by Stephen Foster Jnr.
Since then, Geoff Pevere and Greig Dymond have published their take on Canadian pop culture, Mondo Canuck, which not only makes the case for Ghostbusters being Canadian, but also that Canada's contribution to North American popular culture has been enormous and generally unrecognized by an elite who prefers its culture more refined and homebred.