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noun 
  1. A group or doctrine with religious, philosophical or cultural identity sometimes viewed as a sect, often existent on the margins of society.
  2. devotion, Devotion to a saint.
  3. A group that exploits members psychologically and/or financially, typically by making members comply with leadership's demands through certain types of psychological manipulation, popularly called mind control, and through the inculcation of deep-seated anxious dependency on the group and its leaders.
adjective 
  1. Of, or relating to a cult.
  2. Enjoyed by a small, loyal group.
Etymology: From (term, culte, lang=fr), (term, cultus, , care, adoration, lang=la), or (term, colo, lang=la), (term, colere, lang=la), (term, colui, lang=la), (term, cultum, , to cultivate, lang=la).


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