Definition of Kulturs
1. kultur [n] - See also: kultur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kulturs
kulturs (current term)
kum ba yah
Literary usage of Kulturs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nationalism, War and Society: A Study of Nationalism and Its Concomitant by Edward Benjamin Krehbiel (1916)
"Only under some federation will local kulturs be safe. 2. The basis for federation is at hand. a. The interdependence and interrelation of nations actually ..."
2. Gems (?) of German Thought by William Archer (1917)
"A corsaire, corsaire et demi!—PROF. O. FLAMM, EB, p. 400. 405. That foreign kulturs offer us things of spiritual value, ..."
3. Gems (?) of German Thought by William Archer (1917)
"That foreign kulturs offer us things of spiritual value, whether it be for our enjoyment or by way of a challenge, is true—always, of course, ..."
4. Why God Loves the Irish by Humphrey Joseph Desmond (1918)
"No immigrant to our shores has been more willing to forswear allegiance to foreign kings and kulturs than the Irish, and none has been more ready to enter ..."
5. The Christian Ministry and Social Problems by Charles David Williams (1917)
"We are poured into matrices and moulds of family habits and tradition, social customs, industrial and commercial orders, national " kulturs," and we are ..."
6. Hurrah and Hallelujah: The Spirit of New-Germanism, a Documentation by Jacob Peter Bang, Jessie Bröchner (1916)
"We understand the special value of each individual Kultur, and consider the multiplicity of kulturs as an expression of the riches of mankind. ..."
7. The Vision for which We Fought: A Study in Reconstruction by Algie Martin Simons (1919)
"The world accepted the claim of Germany that this was a war of civilizations—of kulturs—and is willing to accept any civilization ..."