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culled

[ kuhld ]
/ kʌld /
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adjective
selected, either as desirable or undesirable, and removed from a larger group:A number of culled sows were condemned due to emaciation.
subjected to or reduced by this process:In the aftermath of the avian flu outbreak, many poultry farmers made claims seeking compensation for culled flocks.
gathered or collected:This “reinvention” theory of art resonates especially with artists whose work relies on culled or salvaged materials.
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Origin of culled

OTHER WORDS FROM culled

un·culled, adjective
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