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cultivate
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • But Josie Pye, if deficient in some qualities that make for popularity, had at least a natural and inborn gift, duly cultivated, for walking board fences.
  • A flag will cultivate a spirit of patriotism, Marilla.
  • As a result Diana had abstained from any further imitative flights of imagination and did not think it prudent to cultivate a spirit of belief even in harmless dryads.
  • I suppose she’s trying to cultivate a spirit of humility in Anne by dressing her as she does; but it’s more likely to cultivate envy and discontent.
  • I suppose she’s trying to cultivate a spirit of humility in Anne by dressing her as she does; but it’s more likely to cultivate envy and discontent.
  • It was limited to Diana and Anne at first, but soon it was extended to include Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis and one or two others who felt that their imaginations needed cultivating.
  • "It would be if you’d only cultivate it," said Anne cheeringly.
  • You ought to cultivate your imagination, you know.

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  • We encourage our representatives to cultivate a close relationship with their clients.
  • Creativity can be cultivated.

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