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age a distinctive period of cultural or geologic time. [1/11 definitions]
Americanism any cultural characteristic that is peculiar to America or Americans. [1/3 definitions]
anticultural combined form of cultural.
Ben Nevis the name of the ship that landed in Galveston, Texas in 1854 with a congregation of approximately 500 Slavic immigrants who sought freedom from cultural oppression and religious persecution. [1/2 definitions]
civilization refinement in intellectual and cultural matters. [1/6 definitions]
communal taint in India, the perception of a person or political body being strongly tied to or influenced by a particular cultural or religious community and thus not committed to values of secularism and unity.
counterculture the values and way of life of any group of people who reject the accepted values and traditions of society, esp. those who reject materialism, war, and cultural regimentation by the elite classes.
country a large geographic region defined by political, natural, or cultural boundaries. [1/5 definitions]
critic a person whose work is to write evaluations of literary, artistic, or other cultural works. [1/3 definitions]
Dark Ages the Middle Ages, esp. from about 476 A.D. to the end of the tenth century, so called because of intellectual, cultural, and social decline and stagnation.
diffuse to spread about or intermingle information, cultural traits, or the like with other elements; disseminate. [1/10 definitions]
elevate to improve the cultural, intellectual, or moral level of. [1/4 definitions]
era a period of time marked by particular cultural characteristics or by important events such as wars or advances in technology. [1/3 definitions]
ethno- cultural group; people.
ethnobotany a branch of anthropology concerned with the cultural relationship between a people and their traditional use and management of plants.
ethnocentric marked by or tending toward viewing other races or cultural groups in terms of the standards of one's own race or group. [1/2 definitions]
ethnocentrism the strong tendency to view other races or cultural groups in terms of the standards of one's own race or group. [1/2 definitions]
ethnomusicology the study of the music of one or more ethnic groups, esp. as a reflection of cultural values or differences.
fundamentalism (sometimes cap.) a movement within Protestant Christianity that accepts the literal truth of the Bible and encourages strict adherence to narrow moral and cultural norms.
grass roots (used with a sing. or pl. verb) the common mass of people, esp. those in local areas as opposed to the political or cultural centers. [1/2 definitions]
Harlem a section of northern Manhattan in New York City, mostly African American since the early 1900s and with a substantial Hispanic population, known for both its poverty and its cultural richness.