Culture [noun]

Definition of Culture:

breeding, education, sophistication

Opposite/Antonyms of Culture:

Sentence/Example of Culture:

Plenty of cultures have their own version of rice cakes, but we can partially thank a botanist named Alexander Pierce Anderson for laying the groundwork for the American rice cake as we know it.

We have a problem with poverty and resources in communities that happen to include a culture of gangs.

While many brands understandably use a variety of global and local ambassadors, dismissively trading out one’s culture this way is not something I can condone.

They are distanced from the food and water sources they depend on, and they are part of a culture that sees every problem as capable of being solved by money.

Fitzgibbons said that drop culture works because people like to buy into the perceived exclusivity and being able to boast that they were one of the few people able to purchase that item.

For the book she conducted over 200 interviews with current and former Netflix employees to learn about the company’s culture.

We’ve become a culture or a nation that takes itself far too seriously.

We’ve been fortunate to know that although we’ve had to change the way we do things, we’ve been able to lean on the strength of our culture.

As our course proceeded, some of my students engaged in activism to improve their employers’ approach to inclusion and organizational culture.

Research into the project included studying historical books that reveal a bit of what the neighborhood was like decades ago as well as deep diving into what the atmosphere and culture there is like today.