- of or relating to culture or cultivation.
Origin of cultural
Related Words for culturalartistic, developmental, beneficial, broadening, constructive, corrective, helpful, humane, influential, instructive, learned, liberal, nurturing, refined, refining, stimulating, civilizing, edifying, educative, uplifting
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Contemporary Examples of cultural
These generally come from the outside, from cultural pressures and messages.How Skinny Is Too Skinny? Israel Bans ‘Underweight’ Models
January 8, 2015
So my way to point out his cultural cluelessness is to be even more clueless?Patton Oswalt on Fighting Conservatives With Satire
January 6, 2015
In the absence of cultural shifts, then, new reproductive technology might not matter as much for women as it would for men.Men Will Someday Have Kids Without Women
January 3, 2015
Instead, local life is defined by cultural products that are more national or more global—think of the Sunday New York Times.Will Texas Stay Texan?
December 29, 2014
It was a complex task they were asked to do, and every cultural and experiential advantage would be required.Why Did We Panic After 9/11 and Ignore All We Knew About Responding to Security Threats?
December 18, 2014
Historical Examples of cultural
Understanding history, rather than memorizing it, has cultural value.
We may distinguish broadly three aims: the vocational, the civic, and the cultural.
The cultural conditions also affect the vine in this respect.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
On harsh Irwadi, laughter would have been a cultural anomaly.Equation of Doom
Is it because your cultural contributions are keyed to military conquest?The Whispering Spheres
Russell Robert Winterbotham
- of or relating to artistic or social pursuits or events considered to be valuable or enlightened
- of or relating to a culture or civilization
- (of certain varieties of plant) obtained by specialized breeding
1868, in reference to the raising of plants or animals, from Latin cultura "tillage" (see culture) + -al (1). In reference to the cultivation of the mind, from 1875; hence, "relating to civilization or a civilization." A fertile starter-word among anthropologists and sociologists: e.g. cultural diffusion, in use by 1912; cultural diversity by 1935; cultural imperialism by 1937; cultural pluralism by 1932; cultural relativism by 1948.