cull

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  • His own hand culled her flowers, and placed the offering on her table. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 337, November 1843, Vol. 54
  • It is but one year culled from a long red rank of years. Cited from Ireland, Historic and Picturesque, by Charles Johnston
  • Though considered a studio album, four tracks were culled from live performances.
  • To the examples already given, we can easily add others culled from France. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • Despite the special's national focus, the episode culls works from artists worldwide.
  • If a population increase is required, only injured or sick animals will be culled.
  • I don't right know whether culled folks wanted to be free or not. Cited from Slave Narratives: Arkansas, Pt. 7, by Work Projects Administration
  • To keep the costs down, the third round of the competition was culled.
  • Wild pigs sometimes reach such large numbers that they have to be culled.
  • Frequently I had as many as seven hundred cull cattle on hand. Cited from Reed Anthony, Cowman, by Andy Adams
  • At an early stage, the parents may cull their young.
  • I have, then, culled from the mass only a little poem here and there. Cited from Poems by the Bronte Sisters [as Bell Brothers] B#5
  • Their performances were recorded, and a self-titled album was culled from the results.
  • What hand but would a garland cull For thee who art so beautiful? Cited from Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886, by Ministry of Education
  • Cull's second and final first-class match for the club came against Derbyshire.
  • Cull's second and final first-class match for the club came against Derbyshire.
  • When you have culled the best that all these can show, you may reckon that you have a style. Cited from Works, V2, by Lucian of Samosata
  • Your notes are now before you, some the offspring of original thought and others culled from reading. Cited from The Young Priest's Keepsake, by Michael Phelan
  • For love of her that's gone, Perhaps she cull'd it from among the rest. Cited from The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus, by Wm Shakespeare
  • For love of her that's gone, Perhaps she cull'd it from among the rest. Cited from The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus, by Wm Shakespeare
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Meaning of cull

  • noun The person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
  • verb Remove something that has been rejected
    cull the sick members of the herd