To this end he employs the activities of a German Professor, who produces what one might call a Kultur of the sterility germ.
Some tame professors are paid by the State to give an impression of "Kultur."
There was no power there to persuade the citizens of that country that all Kultur should come from above.
"I am sure that is not a proof of Kultur," I said hurriedly.
The German is the happy bearer of Kultur to a barbarian world.
It is the mark of Kultur to be able to laugh at all sentiments.
Must Kultur rear its domes over mountains of corpses, oceans of tears, and the death-rattle of the conquered?
It was here that I saw the first example of German "Kultur."
If the Austrians have a passion for Prussian "Kultur," it is not for us to restrain it.
In that holiday we see the feast of Kultur, the Teutonic climax.
1914, originally, "civilization as conceived by the Germans" (especially their own), a word from the First World War and always at first ironic, from German kultur, from Latin cultura (see culture (n.)).