Cull in a sentence as a noun

There are two problems here:1. if the company moves to stack ranking rather than just does a cull, it's a bad move2.

Kima reserves the right to cull through the submissions and pick from the best only.

When management offers a buyout, it's about to cull the workforce.

Static mocks don't give you enough information to accurately cull your ideas.

Cull in a sentence as a verb

There is a small performance gain to be had by drawing closer objects first, so that you can depth-cull expensive pixels behind them.

If a team is full of morons and the next one is full of awesome developers, stack ranking will keep 90% of the morons and cull 10% of the good devs.

If there were too many taxis, wouldn't the supply eventually cull itself when nobody can make enough money?

If you're building web applications that cull together lots of common-knowledge ideas, then having an experienced individual plan it out for you might not be as needful.

Cull definitions


the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality

See also: reject


remove something that has been rejected; "cull the sick members of the herd"


look for and gather; "pick mushrooms"; "pick flowers"

See also: pick pluck