English words and Examples of Usage

use "cultivate" in a sentence

Hastings & Hastings takes a number of steps to cultivate this environment.

That means we must cultivate brainpower and match it to economic opportunity.

Do your homework It takes time to cultivate a sense of your personal taste.

In the very short video below, she tells us why trust matters and how to cultivate it.

Stephanie did her best to cultivate friendships with people at her school who came from rich families.

They cultivate grapes for making excellent wine in many parts of the Okanagan.

Anyone can cultivate their interest in music.

Farmers cultivate the soil.

Discussion question: Why do you think some people are drawn to join cults? cultivate

There he helped cultivate the early vines and made brandy and wines.

It is the job of a parent to cultivate a sense of self-confidence in children.

Because much of the soil in Luxembourg is difficult to cultivate, most of the land is used for cattle pasture.

The Dalai Lama once stated that when we cultivate compassion, the primary beneficiary is really ourselves. compatible

His mother tried to cultivate her son's interest in art.

Bill Cosby once said that the first law in advertising is to avoid the concrete promise, and cultivate the delightfully vague. vain

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