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cultism (s) (noun)
, cultisms (pl)
cultist (s) (noun)
, cultists 9PL0
A member of a cult.
cultivability (s) (noun)
, cultivabilities (pl)
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Capable of growing crops or being farmed: Sam was looking for cultivable land which was arable, tillable, and generally productive for the many plants he wanted to have.
cultivar (s) (noun)
, cultivars (pl)
1. A race or variety of a plant that has been created or selected intentionally and maintained through cultivation.
2. A variety of a plant developed from a natural species and maintained under cultivation.
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A reference to farmland which is capable of being farmed productively: Sam was lucky to have such cultivatable soil in the rural area where he lived and could produce abundantly and enough to sell at the markets.
, cultivates; cultivated, cultivating
1. To prepare and work on (land) in order to raise crops; to till the earth.
2. To use a cultivator on.
3. To promote or improve the growth of (a plant, crop, etc.) by labor and attention.
4. To produce by culture: to cultivate a strain of bacteria.
5. To develop or improve by education or training; to train; to refine: to cultivate a singing voice.
6. To promote the growth or development of (an art, science, etc.); to foster.
7. To devote oneself to (an art, science, etc.).
8. To seek to promote or to foster (friendship, love, etc.).
9. To seek the acquaintance or friendship of (a person).
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1. Prepared for raising crops by plowing or fertilizing; such as, "cultivate land".
2. No longer in the natural state; developed by human care and for human use.
3. Marked by refinement in taste and manners.
cultivation (s) (noun)
, cultivations (pl)
1. In agriculture, the production of food by preparing the land to grow crops.
2. Socialization through training and education.
3. A highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality.
cultivator (s) (noun)
, cultivators (pl)
1. Someone who is concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating the soil.
2. A farm implement used to break up the surface of the soil for aeration and weed control and conservation of moisture.
Improved cultivators of the mid-19th century contributed greatly to increased agricultural production.
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1. Of or relating to the arts and manners that a group favors; "cultural events"; "a person of broad cultural interests".
2. Denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people.
3. Of or relating to the shared knowledge and values of a society; "cultural roots".
4. Relating to the raising of plants or animals; "a cultural variety".
cultural evolution (s) (noun)
,cultural evolutions (pl)
Any fundamental change over time in the social and economic character of a given society.
Specifically, an earlier theory that cultures will naturally pass through certain progressive stages on the path to industrialization; that is, from hunger-gatherer societies to nomadism, to agricultural and pastoralism, and then ultimately to a modern industrial society.
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A description of the habits, traditions and beliefs of a society: Most countries are now existing in culturally diverse societies.
A descriptive term for all forms of energy produced through the applications of human technologies.