- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cultivate.
“But are you denying that Palin cultivates a sort of know-nothing air about herself?”
“John Fund, could Powell's, shall we say, somewhat favorable coverage have anything to do with the fact that he kind of cultivates the media?”
“More seriously, a lack of sharing cultivates selfishness, and this causes conflict, bad will, and broken ropes of relationship.”
“To the degree that journalism offers evidence and cultivates critical thinking, it demonstrates why the free press warrants being free.”
“I interviewed John about the upcoming "GATE 2," which is an event that cultivates, promotes and advances collaborations between transformational content creators and purveyors, and it is open for all those interested in being part of the expansion of the transformational genre that is currently happening around the world.”
“It has been described as a self-healing art that, like t'ai chi, cultivates the energy force within us and plays an active role in maintaining health.”
“A leader communicates and cultivates trust in himself.”
“She often cultivates an atmosphere of blankness, becoming a vessel for the role being played out, in order to immerse herself completely in the scenario.”
“A privileged and respected elite in Egypt, the armed forces have always been the backbone of power for Mubarak, who at 82 is battling an unknown illness but still cultivates jet-black hair intended to project youthful vigor.”
“Personality fronts a strong mission, supports a team, engages loyal customers, and cultivates a promising future.”
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