All Verb Noun
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  • In the end every thing depends upon him who best cultivates his field. Cited from Old Fritz and the New Era, by Muhlbach
  • 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
  • I think they would, very soon, if the English farmer owned the land he cultivates. Cited from A Walk from London to John O'Groat's, by Elihu Burritt
  • Beside contemporary music, he cultivates a particular interest in early music, which he studied and performed for several years.
  • All this study cultivates the child's sense of the beautiful. Cited from Uncle Robert's Visit, by Parker & Helm
  • Much may be said in favor of him who cultivates plants. Cited from The Book of Tea, by Kakuzo Okakura
  • The man who cultivates, it has been said, makes the land his own; consequently, no more property. Cited from What is Property? by P. J. Proudhon
  • Nor yet by reason of a knowledge which cultivates the earth; that would give the city the name of agricultural? Cited from The Republic by Plato, Tr. by Benjamin Jowett
  • Taking charge of one's own life cultivates personal pride and dignity.
  • The central concern of the novel is the relation between man and the earth he cultivates.
  • This is the feeling of a writer that cultivates literature with some object in view other than mere profit. Cited from Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition, by Henry C. Carey
  • Here he cultivates flowers and calls frequently on his step-daughter and her husband, when they are in the neighborhood. Cited from The Secret Passage, By Fergus Hume
  • Under this mask he will publish all his books and cultivates his fame.
  • So the young singer cultivates this power of expression, which grows with constant effort. Cited from Vocal Mastery, by Harriette Brower
  • He cultivates it by his performances every day, on all occasions.
  • Suppose that a man lives exclusively upon the plants which he cultivates. Cited from Evolution and Ethics et. al., by T. H. Huxley
  • He gave up his farm, and cultivates mine for me; for I know nothing of those agricultural matters. Cited from The Disowned, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 6
  • Order is the child of reason, and in turn cultivates the intellectual principle. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 10, No. 61, November, 1862, by Various
  • Here and there a rich man cultivates his mind; but it is your busy men who leave the mark upon the age. Cited from Young Americans Abroad, by Various
  • He also cultivates other genres such as novel, short story, script and poetry.
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Root form of cultivates is cultivate for the verb.

Meaning of cultivates

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