Synonyms for cultured
- au courant
Antonyms for cultured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CULTURED
She fully intended to become all that a cultured young woman should be.
"That boy will go far," I heard one cultured old gentleman say.
The cultured, too, and the wise, are counted among thy slaves.
Such is the testimony of one of the most cultured men in Italy.
He could not guess her station, but the speech that reached him was cultured in tone and word.
"When I am cultured I'll be a night city editor; that's my ideal," said the youth, stoutly.
The cultured child of millions smiled up at him reproachfully.
The prince was a cultured man, and even a genius, but very poor.
She was then a beautiful blonde, and, as I soon found, very intelligent and cultured.
Could it be that in the cultured East that was a new euphemism for insane asylum?
1743 in the literal sense of "cultivated," of land, etc., past participle adjective from culture; meaning "developed under controlled natural conditions" is from 1906, originally of pearls. Meaning "improved by exposure to intellectual culture" is from 1777.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CULTURED
- acquainted with
- versed in