culture[ kuhl-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF culture
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CULTURE
Give everyone his culture, and no one will offer him more than his due.
I was a man who stood in symbolic relations to the art and culture of my age.
I have said of myself that I was one who stood in symbolic relations to the art and culture of my age.
Even in Boston, mellowed though it was by culture, the classical was at a discount.
All that has been said, then, tends to enforce the culture of the imagination.
Certainly, real freedom and equality of rights presuppose some degree of culture.
Not a man of culture, but bright as sunshine and straight as a rule.
They think and act in the same manner as to all the other articles of culture in this country.
Did they wish only to learn the extent of our knowledge, our culture?
He began to feel bitterly about Ireland and her indifference to culture and beauty.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CULTURE
- blue blood
- gentle birth
- good breeding
- good family
- good manners
- high birth
- ruling class
- upper class
- upper crust