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adj, typier or typiest
(Zoology) (of an animal) typifying its breed


or typ•ey

(ˈtaɪ pi)

adj. typ•i•er, typ•i•est.
(of a domestic animal) embodying the ideal characteristics of its variety or breed.
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They've tried the Continentals, but they can get too typey with less milk and meat, and producers want to start the breeding cycle all over again.
A typey daughter of Haighmoor Mab Victor, she also stays in Wales, bought by the Dyffryncowin Stud at Bancyfelin, Carmarthen.
Lippits are small Morgans, between 14-15 hands high, known for their typey quality, even temperament, soundness and versatility.