v. pick out from others; weed out; remove rejected members or parts from
n. selection; organised killing of selected animals; person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
You should cull the words you need to study from all the flash cards.
The government has no plans for a wolf cull or a bounty in the province, despite concerns in the cattle industry that the predator population is out of control.
Sentence in Classic:
The night was fast closing in, when he returned homeward: laden with flowers which he had culled, with peculiar care, for the adornment of the sick chamber.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens Context
That the other part of the parliament consisted of an assembly called the House of Commons, who were all principal gentlemen, freely picked and culled out by the people themselves, for their great abilities and love of their country, to represent the wisdom of the whole nation.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan Swift Context