Of high birth; of noble lineage; of a fine strain, as an Arabian horse.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "high-blooded" in a sentence
"There he sat, with his tweed suit and his American accent, in the corner of a prosaic railway-carriage, and yet as I looked at his dark and expressive face I felt more than ever how true a descendant he was of that long line of high-blooded, fiery, and masterful men."
"The latter rallied in an instant, and, being a stout, high-blooded"
"In the circle you were born into, maybe you were too high-blooded, indicating a forbidden match, so they put you out in the street."