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Use "breeders" in a sentence
"The Chief Justices and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, the Presidents pro tem. of the Senate, and the Speakers of the House of Representatives, have, in a large majority of instances, been slave-breeders from the Southern side of the Potomac."
"Because mothers are "breeders"-- like dogs and horses."
"What I wanted you to know, regardless, is that the back-lash against so-called breeders inspires in me such feelings of impotent rage."