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cultn. [F. culte, L. cultus care, culture, fr. colere to cultivate. Cf. Cultus.].
  •  Attentive care; homage; worship.  [1913 Webster]
    "Every one is convinced of the reality of a better self, and of the cult or homage which is due to it."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A system of religious belief and worship.  [1913 Webster]
    "That which was the religion of Moses is the ceremonial or cult of the religion of Christ."  [1913 Webster]
  •  A system of intense religious veneration of a particular person, idea, or object, especially one considered spurious or irrational by traditional religious bodies; as, the Moonie cult.  [PJC]
  •  The group of individuals who adhere to a cult (senses 2 or 3).  [PJC]
  •  A strong devotion or interest in a particular person, idea or thing without religious associations, or the people holding such an interest; as, the cult of James Dean; the cult of personality in totalitarian societies.  [PJC]


cult, n.
1 a system of religious worship esp. as expressed in ritual.
2 a devotion or homage to a person or thing (the cult of aestheticism). b a popular fashion esp. followed by a specific section of society.
3 (attrib.) denoting a person or thing popularized in this way (cult film; cult figure).

cultic adj. cultism n. cultist n.
F culte or L cultus worship f. colere cult- inhabit, till, worship



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