use purebred in a sentence.
Persians were over-represented in purebred cats and none were obese.
To say one chooses between a purebred from a breeder and an all-American mutt is just naive. —
Meaning, please seek a rescue group if you want a particular breed, look in your local shelter for a surprise find, or, better yet, get over the "purebred" fetish and find out how stable, loyal and companionable the all-American mutt can be.
And like the unwanted excrescences of too-long tails and ears on "purebred" dogs, extraneous on purebred, bio-engineered consumers are the interconnections of human bonds which are then prevented from reforming by the application of cultural shock collars which let children know they're straying from convention and prompts shopping in which to find solace.
Dr. Bragg refers to a late 20th Century subculture of purebred dog breeders who believe that their "purebred" animals are genetically superior to any "mutt," even though common sense tells us all otherwise, especially today with the rapid rise in canine, breed-specificgenetic illnesses.