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used in Killing Kennedy

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enhance growth or development
in various senses, including:
  • to grow crops or prepare land for them
  • enhance a relationship — especially for a purpose
  • develop discernment (better recognition of differences) in taste or judgment
  • to grow a culture in a petri dish
  • Born a brunette, she dyed her hair and began cultivating the "dumb blonde" persona that became her calling card.
    p. 81.6
  • JFK has cultivated a relationship with her for almost two years and is quite certain that tonight Marilyn Monroe is finally his for the taking.
    p. 71.9
  • These staid men have become emotional because of their extreme exhaustion and have cultivated opinions and petty jealousies that will define their relationships for years to come.
    p. 127.7

There are no more uses of "cultivate" in Killing Kennedy.

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