more practical[ prak-ti-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF more practical
Synonyms for more practical
- both feet on the ground
- in action
- in operation
- nuts and bolts
Antonyms for more practical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE PRACTICAL
The religion of this century will be more practical, more real.
Less fatalistic and more practical was the counsel of Biskaine.
You can depend on it: the outfit was there for some more practical purpose.
They were chiefly engaged with more practical considerations.
The money and the effort seem to be expended for more practical reasons.
“The best way will be to do it in Big Hall,” said the more practical Purkis.
And now for what is, after all, a question of more practical importance.
Some other way, more practical and more helpful, must be found.
In the first case they are then more practical in their work and views and less impulsive.
Nothing could be more practical than that twenty-dollar bill.