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Correct spelling: cult

Definition of cult:

  1. A particular ritual or system of worship.

Common misspellings for cult:

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What does the abbreviation cult mean?

CULT abbreviation definitions:
–  Common Use Land Transportation
–  Ceramic Ultimate Level Technology

Google Ngram Viewer results for cult:

This graph shows how "cult" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for cult:

  1. What is going on in America is extreme. The youth cult, they worship youth so much it's almost paranoid. And LA is the Mecca of it all; they're taking it to the hilt.
  2. I discourage a cult of personality.
  3. In a strange kind of way I know were really popular and probably the biggest band in the country at the moment, but at the same time there is this real cult thing going on.
  4. I seem to have a knack for picking movies that go on to be cult favorites.
  5. People in the Pentagon had colleagues killed and maimed by bin Laden. They're trying to find bin Laden and kill him and his cult. Naturally they consider that a legitimate thing to do, but they're having mixed success at the job.

Rhymes for cult:

  1. schulte, sult;
  2. consult, occult, insult, result, adult, exult;