Culture and Mores


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Culture noun – The way people live at a particular time and place.
Usage example: a study of ancient Anasazi culture as it existed in the canyons of the American Southwest

Mores is a synonym for culture in customs topic. In some cases you can use "Mores" instead a noun "Culture", when it comes to topics like lifestyle, ideas.
Nearby Words: cultured, cultural, cult, culturally
Synonyms for Culture


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Mores noun – Personal conduct or behavior as evaluated by an accepted standard of appropriateness for a social or professional setting.
Culture is a synonym for mores. You can use "Culture" instead a noun "Mores".
Synonyms for Mores

How words are described

human human culture human mores
contemporary contemporary culture contemporary mores
similar similar culture similar mores
patriarchal patriarchal culture patriarchal mores
Other adjectives: medieval, distinct, real, ancient, conservative, dominant, traditional, political, strange, different, local, modern, western, greek, European.

Both words in one sentence

  • ICECUBES the comic strip : Witty, well drawn slice-of-life comic strip often with commentary on identity, social mores, art and culture.
  • Useful Notes / World War II No facet of modern life, social mores, culture, science and general worldview was left untouched.
  • The Big Bad's culture, the Engwithans, created the Fantasy Pantheon of gods that the people of the world worship and the Big Bad spearheaded the missionary efforts to bring these gods — and thus Engwithan cultural mores that went into these gods — to the rest of the world.
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