Unculled



verb (used with object)
1.
to choose; select; pick.
2.
to gather the choice things or parts from.
3.
to collect; gather; pluck.
noun
4.
act of culling.
5.
something culled, especially something picked out and put aside as inferior.
verb (transitive)
1.
to choose or gather the best or required examples
2.
to take out (an animal, esp an inferior one) from a herd
3.
to reduce the size of (a herd or flock) by killing a proportion of its members
4.
to gather (flowers, fruit, etc)
5.
to cease to employ; get rid of
noun
6.
the act or product of culling
7.
an inferior animal taken from a herd or group

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