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Spell check of breeding

Correct spelling: breeding

refinement, teaching, birth, procreation, asexual reproduction, sophistication, courtesy, culture, exquisiteness, manner, didactics, lineage, stock, decorum, spawning, strain, genealogy, life, fostering, educational activity, swineherding, stylishness, deportment, bringing up, blood, goatherding, training, action, herding, housebreaking, lift, fosterage, gestating, raising, civility, courtship, parturient, line, expecting, tastefulness, cultivation, hostling, domestication, chivalry, descent, fertilized, pregnant, shepherding, tact, dairy farming, facts of life, fineness, nurture, family tree, propagating, neatness, multiplication, elegance, demeanor, expectant, procreating, rearing, grooming, breaking, breeding ground, charm, instruction, replication, fertile, dignity, reproductive memory, upbringing, education, grace, carriage, pedagogy, increase, breed, replica, with child, cattle herding, fruitful, breeder, manners, gameskeeping, gracefulness, begetting, proliferation, classicalism, behavior, reproduction, preparation, wrangling, ranching, stock breeding, extraction, propagation, parentage, conduct, genteelness, pedigree, taming, fecund, bloodline, farming, gentility, gallantry, engendering, decorousness, couple, estrus, origin, domesticating, elevation, bearing, generating.

inheritor, successor, posterity, progeny, son, unfruitful, child, offspring, heir, issue, seed.

Examples of usage:

1) I arrived to- day after having spent a sleepless night in the carriage, and I must confess to you that just as you came up, weak human nature, against all good breeding, was on the point of making up for lost time. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) It is a crowd of people of the most gentle manners and breeding, or it would be horrible beyond words. - "From Edinburgh to India & Burmah", William G. Burn Murdoch.

3) I know what good- breeding is. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.