- prepared and used for raising crops; tilled: cultivated land.
- produced or improved by cultivation, as a plant.
- educated; refined; cultured: cultivated tastes.
Origin of cultivated
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Examples from the Web for well-cultivated
The country about Ogden is well-cultivated and pleasant looking.A Boy's Voyage Round the World
The Son of Samuel Smiles
They had cities and roads, and tanks for water, and well-cultivated fields.Taking Tales
It is mountainous, but has many rich and well-cultivated districts.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Mr. Allen says that the well-cultivated seedling of Japan Iris "has no superior in the floral world."A Garden with House Attached
Sarah Warner Brooks
He passed through an extensive, fertile, well-cultivated, and beautiful tract of land called the Great Valley.Travels in North America, From Modern Writers
- (of land, plants, etc) tilled, planted, or maintained in a satisfactory manner
- (of a trait, talent, etc) fostered or improved by study or practicehis well-cultivated sarcasm
- cultured, refined, or educated
- ((of land or soil))
- subjected to tillage or cultivation
- tilled and broken up
- (of plants) specially bred or improved by cultivation
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