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cultivatedcul‧ti‧vat‧ed /ˈkʌltɪveɪtɪd/ adjective  1 INTELLIGENTsomeone who is cultivated is intelligent and knows a lot about music, art, literature etc a highly cultivated man2 TACcultivated land is land that is used for growing crops or plants cultivated fields3 [only before noun]TAC cultivated crops or plants are ones grown by people opp wild cultivated mushrooms
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cultivatedAll this deeply interested Modigliani who was a remarkably cultivated and educated man, as Paul Alexandre proves.A patch of undergrowth, preferably under a tree, is cultivated and preserved for the snake.Whereas rumour led him to believe that Robert Beaumont was a cultivated man, likely to appreciate music.The sermons were livelier, for the resident minister Carter was a cultivated man.You can use cultivated mushrooms, but a few wild ones add a better taste.With the new set-aside agricultural policies, there is a possibility that cultivated parks can be put back to pasture.cultivated pearlsSomething that struck me personally at this period was that he had a most strange and cultivated sense of humour.Los Angeles is seen as less cultivated than San Francisco.With the range of cultivated varieties now available you could be picking blackberries from August to November.Although the Lis live surrounded by neatly cultivated wheat-fields, they are no longer farmers.
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