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Culture

Synonyms for culture:

Sense 1

frame of reference, zeitgeist, ethos, humanoid, multicellular, courtesy, terrene, deoxyribonucleic acid, zygote, protoplasm, anthropomorphous, knowledge, dna, culture medium, uncultured, anthropomorphic, ism, suppressor, telluric, doctrine, maturity, meiosis, chloroplast, earthbound, cell wall, mitochondrion, cultivated, rationale, tellurian, t cell, anthropoid, good breeding, phagocyte, cell membrane, rna, cytology, mitosis, gamete, Kultur, cytoplasm, public opinion, dogma, ideology, nucleic acid, Civilizing, hominoid, manmade, stem cell, organelle, edifying, homo sapiens, enlightening.

Sense 2

fission, till, uplift, uncivilized, manners, mundane, refined, bedrock, civilized, manlike, uncultivated, terrestrial, barbaric, membrane, unadulterated, race, philosophy, mythology, opinion, manufactured, flesh, secular, tradition, temporal, regenerate, cultural, urbanity, well-bred, Humanizing, gospel, earthly, savage, cultured, barbarian, barbarous.

Sense 3

educated, earthy, earthen, propagate, stimulate, soul, uncivil, migration, theory, nuclear, organic, urbane, nucleus, custom, artificial, worldly, incubator, orientation, paradigm.

Sense 4

cultivate, rude, policy, consciousness, politics, cellular, migrate, incubate, manufacture.

Sense 5

feeling, natural, universe, thought, earth.

Sense 6

dress, polished, wild.

Sense 7

division, value.

Sense 8

cell, primitive, world.

Sense 9

divide.

Sense 12

ground.

tradition

heritage.

wisdom

enlightenment.

Sense 1 (noun)

civilized, cultural.

Sense 2 (noun)

education, learning, ethos, knowledge.

Sense 4 (noun)

cell wall, culture medium, chloroplast, cell membrane, cytology, cell, cellular, Kultur.

Sense 6 (noun)

cultivate, dress, till.

agriculture (noun)

tillage.

beliefs (noun)

ideology.

breeding, education, sophistication (noun)

dress, cultivation, politeness, elegance, polish, enlightenment, courtesy, manners, learning, finish, erudition, urbanity, dignity, civilization, training, refinement.

courtesy (noun)

politeness, good breeding.

culture (noun)

acculturation, cultivation, polish, civilization, finish, refinement, civilisation.

development of land (noun)

agriculture, farming, gardening.

education (noun)

schooling.

elegance (noun)

decorousness, civility, sophistication, dignity, refinement, elegance, charm, neatness, gracefulness, fineness, exquisiteness, Classicalism, cultivation, breeding, tastefulness, stylishness.

ethnic group (noun)

race.

good manners (noun)

courtesy.

group (noun)

civilisation, civilization.

ideas, values of a people (noun)

development, lifestyle, knowledge, society.

inhabitants (noun)

population.

mankind (noun)

human beings, community, public, human race, populace, humanity, commonwealth, people, mankind, man, humankind, Family, folk, citizenry, species, society.

learning (verb)

erudition.

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