well-cultivated

well-cultivated

adj (well cultivated when postpositive)
1. (Horticulture) (of land, plants, etc) tilled, planted, or maintained in a satisfactory manner
2. (of a trait, talent, etc) fostered or improved by study or practice: his well-cultivated sarcasm.
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For the quickest results, grow onions from sets (small bulbs), planting summer (maincrop) types in March and April, in well-cultivated, weed-free ground, pushing the sets gently into the soil so the tips are level with the surface.
Direct-lending expertise and well-cultivated collaborations with dealers nationwide add value to their offerings that secure non-bank lending and financing for income producing equipment.
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It is stated that there is almost as much protoplasm per acre of ocean as there is in a well-cultivated land crop.
"Along with well-cultivated customer relationships, LoJac Materials delivers a proven track record of quality masonry products and services as well as distribution channels that are complementary to Alley-Cassetty," says CEO Sam Strang.
Contrary to a well-cultivated image as a health buff, GR has a festering addiction.
And in Saturday's opening concert of this year's meeting at Hereford the Festival Chorus under Geraint Bowen sang with warm firmness of tone, well-cultivated diction in a demanding acoustic, and a huge air of commitment, abetted by an alert Philharmonia.
A small bowl-shaped mound of earth, covered with well-cultivated grass and half-encircled by a wall, used to be the typical grave of ordinary Koreans.
Internal viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the spaciousness of this very comfortable home which stands in a wide, well-cultivated garden.
For instance, in the 18th century, Adam Smith claimed in The Theory of Moral Sentiments in 1759 that China had long been one of the most richest, fertile, well-cultivated, industrious, prosperous and urbanised countries in the world.
While there is no single answer, several New York neighborhoods have found success employing a strategic, sophisticated multi-constituent public communications program and well-cultivated neighborhood image to advance these efforts.
"For the sophisticated buyer with worldly tastes and a well-cultivated design palate, this townhouse is a dream come true, offering the highest-quality amenities in one of New York's most historic and enviable neighborhoods.