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noun as in ideas, values of a people

noun as in development of land

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Example Sentences

“Cultures” Versus “White Girls” As you can probably sense from my scare quotes, you can never be too careful these days.

The city served as a crossroads for African, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cultures.

The principle that outsiders should be welcomed and provided for was a cross-cultural theme in ancient cultures.

It's often said that America is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities.

Death is interpreted differently by various people, cultures, and even science.

It is especially useful with cultures upon serum media, but is applicable also to the sputum.

We have two kinds of vaccines already, the cow-pox vaccine and the killed cultures of bacteria introduced by Wright.

One American house makes a laudable attempt at a more exact terminology by calling the killed cultures of bacteria bacterins.

If it has not got these, it must master and make use of other foreign cultures as a substitute.

Once in the milk, the bacteria multiplied rapidly, so that the milkman gave out cultures of typhoid in his milk bottles.


On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cultures, such as: fashion, art, ability, science, practice, and experience.

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