Synonyms for culture:
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.
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 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
breeding, education, sophistication (noun)
politeness, good breeding.
development of land (noun)
agriculture, farming, gardening.
ethnic group (noun)
good manners (noun)
ideas, values of a people (noun)
Usage examples for culture:
- And now again the death of a loved one made it possible for me to attain higher culture in the service of this career. - "Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel", Friedrich Froebel.
- Culture must be gained before it can be lost. - "Modern Mythology", Andrew Lang.
- Such a one has received unconsciously lessons in life and in culture that can be gained from few of the great authors of the world. - "Modern English Books of Power", George Hamlin Fitch.