Definition for culture

noun as in ideas, values of a people

noun as in the raising of plants or animals

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Example Sentences

Plenty of cultures have their own version of rice cakes, but we can partially thank a botanist named Alexander Pierce Anderson for laying the groundwork for the American rice cake as we know it.

From Eater

We have a problem with poverty and resources in communities that happen to include a culture of gangs.

While many brands understandably use a variety of global and local ambassadors, dismissively trading out one’s culture this way is not something I can condone.

From Fortune

They are distanced from the food and water sources they depend on, and they are part of a culture that sees every problem as capable of being solved by money.

Fitzgibbons said that drop culture works because people like to buy into the perceived exclusivity and being able to boast that they were one of the few people able to purchase that item.

From Digiday

Charlie ridiculed my faith and culture and I died defending his right to do so.

I don't know why or who's doing it, but it's the legacy…and it's a legacy that is so important to the culture.

A lot of the culture around movies in the sci-fi/fantasy genre is about deconstructing them ad nauseam.

Whether he gets his full due in popular culture remains to be seen.

If the oft-talked-about college “hook-up culture” could be embodied by a place, it would be Shooters.

In Cuba its culture commenced in 1580, and from this and the other islands large quantities were shipped to Europe.

The culture of expression is a very different thing from the artful imitation of the signs of feeling and purpose.

Yet a child coming under the humanising influences of culture soon gets far away from the level of the savage.

Its culture however was looked upon with the same disapproval by Charles II.

It would be a modest guess that Accadian culture implied a growth of at least ten thousand years.


On this page you'll find 124 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to culture, such as: ability, art, civilization, fashion, perception, and practice.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.