culturati


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cul·tu·ra·ti

 (kŭl′chə-rä′tē)
pl.n.
People interested in culture and cultural activities.

culturati

(ˌkʌltʃəˈrɑːtɪ)
pl n
the cultured elite of a society

cul•tu•ra•ti

(ˌkʌl tʃəˈrɑ ti, -ˈreɪ taɪ)

n.pl.
people deeply interested in cultural matters.
[1970–75; culture + -ati, patterned on literati]
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Noun1.culturati - people interested in culture and cultural activities
clerisy, intelligentsia - an educated and intellectual elite
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When not hopping about in a dance train, Jep typically sits back at such venues and listens, as the glitterati and culturati turn into vulturati, tearing into one another.
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