noun, plural cul·tus·es, cul·ti [kuhl-tahy]. /ˈkʌl taɪ/.
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noun, plural cul·tus·es, (especially collectively) cul·tus.
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Furthermore, with the death of Albert Pike the cultus of Lucifer is said to have undergone a significant transfiguration.
Finally, no religious cultus of any kind is performed at its meetings, and no woman has ever passed its threshold.
In the religious cultus an earlier degree of culture comes to light a remnant of former times.We Philologists, Volume 8 (of 18)|Friedrich Nietzsche
It does not help us much to fall back on the Latin word, Cultus, for we understand that the meaning is the same.Our Lady Saint Mary|J. G. H. Barry
As M. Comte's religion has a cultus, so also it has a clergy, who are the pivot of his entire social and political system.August Comte and Positivism|John-Stuart Mill