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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.
  • Native to China, the tree is widely cultivated and was introduced early to human history.
  • They cultivated the sacred fire that was not allowed to go out.
  • New land was cultivated and new farm buildings were built.
  • Almost every widely cultivated plant of this group is a considered useful as a companion plant.
  • Many other species are occasionally cultivated or used for their seed and fruit.
  • I think it's been cultivated by others for me.
  • Yet they possessed little hold on the country outside a cultivated liberal circle in Paris.
  • With the introduction of agriculture the population grew, and more and more land became cultivated.
  • She cultivated the relationship between the campaign and the press.
  • His father, who was a highly cultivated and wealthy man, gave him his first education in his native city.
  • Most of the farmers who received seeds from him cultivated them, then reported their results back to him.
  • It is difficult to determine which species have been introduced or cultivated by humans.
  • These are in turn surrounded by a large cultivated area.
  • Many members of this family are cultivated for various purposes.
  • Many high-quality tea plants are cultivated at elevations of up to above sea level.
  • Plants from all over the world have been carefully cultivated here by experts for more than four centuries.
  • The large political base he had cultivated allowed him to win the party's primary despite the party's opposition.
  • Under this act, people were allowed to possess a newly cultivated field once every three generations.
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Root form of cultivated is cultivate for the verb.

Meaning of cultivated

  • verb Foster the growth of
  • verb Prepare for crops
    Work the soil, cultivate the land
  • adjective (of land or fields) prepared for raising crops by plowing or fertilizing
    cultivated land