noun British Dialect.
- cultus coolee,
- culver city,
- culver hole,
- culver's root,
Origin of culver
Examples from the Web for culver
As Culver endured the Phoenix heat, Romney raised $2 million at his Scottsdale fundraiser, his campaign said.Obama Piles On Arizona After Supreme Court Immigration Ruling|Terry Greene Sterling|June 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
From a 1,580-calorie slice of cake to Culver's "Concrete Mixer," The Daily Beast ranks the 22 unhealthiest chocolate desserts.
We were being bounced all over," said Culver, "and it's all my fault?
The cul of culver or culfre and columba was probably the Irish Kil: hence the umba of columba may be connoted with imp.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Colonel Culver had been right: their rifles outranged the flame-throwers.Two Thousand Miles Below|Charles Willard Diffin
My dear Mr. Culver, believe me, I have seen far more of marriage than you have.The Title|Arnold Bennett
In a few minutes, aided by Baley and Culver, he sighted the gun, aiming for the outstretched yardarms of the schooner.The Boy Scouts of the Life Saving Crew|Robert Shaler
Mr. Culver went down town to a friend of his and borrowed a small car.The Girl Scouts at Home|Katherine Keene Galt