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cultured

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishculturedcul‧tured /ˈkʌltʃəd $ -ərd/ adjective  INTELLIGENTintelligent, polite, and interested in art, literature, music etc syn cultivated a well-read and cultured woman His voice was cultured and unmistakably English.
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culturedHe was highly cultured and came of a family of minor nobility.The Art Nouveau Cafe is a popular meeting place for the city's cultured classes.He was a cultured, educated man, yet he lacked the simple faith of the poorest of the poor.Sempaio is a highly cultured lawyer with a love of classical music.Ramsay was a deeply cultured man who travelled a great deal on the continent.The cultured orchestral playing and well-upholstered recording quality point in the same overall direction.His voice was cultured Oxbridge, and the grim intent in that voice made Cardiff and Pearce stand obediently aside.I loved her combination of cultured sophistication and working-class humor.The whole manuscript is illuminated by a genuinely cultured temperament.The Gooner also carries an articulate open letter to David Dein, Arsenal's cultured vice-chairman.
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