Definition of pedigree:
neckcloth, declension, linage, fecund, telephone circuit, pedigreed, clan, status, business, logical argument, occupation, asexual reproduction, simple eye, big game, ancestry, fund, descent, broth, family, billet, parentage, business line, family, strain, courtship, birth, rip, inventory, seed, personal credit line, origination, ocellus, credit line, roue, echelon, line of credit, blood line, melodic phrase, air, profligate, livestock, short letter, personal line of credit, source, fall, thoroughbred, beast of burden, asexual, downslope, declivity, line of products, farm animal, best-of-breed, line of business, stratum, assembly line, phone line, job, railway line, decline, inception, root, product line, family tree, rootage, forbear, extraction, arachnid, pureblood, bloodline, animal, store, dividing line, melody, bear, crinkle, contrast, heredity, telephone line, furrow, amphibious, branch, subscriber line, beginning, gillyflower, channel, aquatic, arachnid, origin, bank line, forebear, agate line, parenthood, arthropod, antecedents, argumentation, pipeline, production line, rake, kin, lineage, declination, line of merchandise, level, grade, arboreal, captive, crease, beast, stemma, line of descent, breeder, rail line, ranking, filiation, blood, anthropoid, caged, communication channel, breeding ground, note, pureblooded, breeding, course, demarcation, stock certificate, fathers, biped, amphibian, line, position, line of work, estrus, articulate, fertile, adult, line of reasoning, precede, caudex, ancestor, androgynous, cable, wrinkle, transmission line, caste, rank, tier, tune, derivation, seam, melodic line, argument, descendant, gunstock, couple, rakehell, purebred.
The day is at hand, we are told, when four- fifths of the human race will trace their pedigree to English forefathers, as four- fifths of the white people in the United States trace their pedigree to- day.- "The Art of Public Speaking", Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein.
- "The Hollow of Her Hand", George Barr McCutcheon.
- "The Depot Master", Joseph C. Lincoln.