cultivate

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  • Because he has cultivated his own soul - which was rich to begin with - more than any other man!
  • The early party organization never cultivated a deep following in rural areas.
  • Those who followed them took in the task to water and cultivate them.
  • The business of growing and cultivating his plants took hours of his time.
  • No family could take out more land from the common lands than the amount they could cultivate.
  • It was formed to cultivate interest in science and technology among the students.
  • Light soil content and better structure, take less effort to turn and cultivate.
  • In the end every thing depends upon him who best cultivates his field. Cited from Old Fritz and the New Era, by Muhlbach
  • Native to China, the tree is widely cultivated and was introduced early to human history.
  • At night, he would cultivate his own small piece of land.
  • The village population is mostly on the road sides people living far from road are mostly who cultivate land.
  • Often a small or limited space is an issue in growing and cultivating plants.
  • They cultivated the sacred fire that was not allowed to go out.
  • New land was cultivated and new farm buildings were built.
  • His mother was also central in cultivating his interest in literature.
  • In civil life, he must cultivate the people through education and the promotion of regional culture.
  • Almost every widely cultivated plant of this group is a considered useful as a companion plant.
  • I want to cultivate the arts of peace, the arts of life.
  • This kind of self-culture also calls forth power and cultivates strength. Cited from How to Get on in the World, by Major A.R. Calhoon
  • Many other species are occasionally cultivated or used for their seed and fruit.
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Words starting with cultivate

Meaning of cultivate

  • verb Foster the growth of
  • verb Prepare for crops
    Work the soil, cultivate the land