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Spell check of cultivation

Correct spelling: cultivation

Synonyms:
nicety, education, charm, acculturation, civilisation, crop, gracefulness, close, cultivate, gloss, last, horticulture, conclusion, creation, market-gardening, corn, landscaping, coating, finale, finis, refinement, decorousness, stylishness, sowing, refining, nursing, sharecropping, civility, determination, tillage, subtlety, couth, burnish, advancement, accomplishment, finishing, ending, shade, purism, farming, breeding, culture, tastefulness, tilling, class, nuance, elaboration, classicalism, gardening, causality, civilization, combine, agronomy, husbandry, floriculture, recreation, development, polish, crop circle, dignity, cash crop, taste, crop rotation, stopping point, glossiness, discrimination, construction, arable, improvement, grace, delicacy, causation, purification, elegance, cultivated, goal, exquisiteness, fineness, neatness, forestry, agriculture, destination, finish, elicitation, sophistication.

Antonyms:
clownishness, parochialism, crudeness, churlishness, illiteracy, barbarism, ignorance, boorishness, rusticity, vulgarity, provincialism, philistinism, coarseness, unsophistication.

Examples of usage:

1) To find the law of rent, he has told us, is to find at the same time its correlatives, the laws of wages and interest, and these laws accordingly he states thus: Wages depend on the margin of cultivation, falling as it falls and rising as it rises. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) Deer forests and the like may not be the best use of the land, but the particular change Mr. George suggests would not suppress them or even in the slightest degree check their spread, and would not throw the ground now occupied by them into the ordinary market for cultivation. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) This involved raising several crops and a year- round effort of cultivation. - "Frying Pan Farm", Elizabeth Brown Pryor.

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