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Cull

[kəl]

Part of speech: verb

Origin: Old French, 13th century

1.

To select from a large quantity or obtain from a variety of sources.

Examples of Cull in a sentence

"The reading list was culled from all the books published in the last five years."

"Some believe that culling certain species can prevent animal overpopulation."

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