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Cultured vs. Couth

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Culturedadjective

Learned in the ways of civilized society; civilized; refined.

Couthadjective

(obsolete) Familiar, known; well-known, renowned.

Culturedadjective

Artificially developed.

‘cultured voice’; ‘cultured plant’;

Couthadjective

(Scotland) Variant of couthie.

Culturedverb

simple past tense and past participle of culture

Couthadjective

Agreeable, friendly, pleasant.

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Culturedadjective

Under culture; cultivated.

Couthadjective

Comfortable; cosy, snug.

Culturedadjective

Characterized by mental and moral training; disciplined; refined; well-educated.

‘The sense of beauty in nature, even among cultured people, is less often met with than other mental endowments.’; ‘The cunning hand and cultured brain.’;

Couthadjective

Marked by or possessing a high degree of sophistication; cultured, refined.

Culturedadjective

marked by refinement in taste and manners;

‘cultivated speech’; ‘cultured Bostonians’; ‘cultured tastes’; ‘a genteel old lady’; ‘polite society’;

Couthnoun

Social grace, refinement, sophistication; etiquette, manners.

‘That man has no couth.’;

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Couthnoun

(rare) A person with social graces; a refined or sophisticated person.

Couth

Could; was able; knew or known; understood.

‘Above all other one DanielHe loveth, for he couth wellDivine, that none other couth;To him were all things couth,As he had it of God's grace.’;

Couthadjective

used facetiously

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