cull  

  • Pronunciation of cull: K AH1 L (kəl)

  • Number of syllables of cull: 1

  • Pronunciation Video of cull

  • Definition of cull

    • (n): the person or thing rejected or set aside as inferior in quality  
    • (v): look for and gather; "pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"  
    • (v): remove something that has been rejected; "cull the sick members of the herd"  
  • Examples of cull

    • This should help soften the blow of the recent photo cull.  
    • We could cull the resources off of the cleanup page to somewhere else.  
    • The business trip included a cull of the Saugor Island tigers.  
    • The time to cull them is after the election.  
    • Farmers recoil at cull chaos.  
    • The cull is the set of items rejected during the selection process.  
    • The only way to raise standards is to set the bar higher and cull the herd.  
    • But after the cull of Hereford Barton, the line was saved.  
    • At the time it was the biggest cast cull in the soap's history.  
    • The next task is to severly cull the amount of text.  

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