Cul"tus (k?l"t?s), n. sing. & pl.; E. pl. Cultuses (-&?;z). [L., cultivation, culture. See Cult.]

Established or accepted religious rites or usages of worship; state of religious development. Cf. Cult, 2.

 

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Cul"tus (?), a. [See Cultus cod.]

Bad, worth less; no good. [Northwestern U. S.]

"A bad horse, cultus [no good] !" he said, beating it with his whip.
F. H. Balch.

 

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