practical

[ prak-ti-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF practical

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Better be common-sensed and practical, taking things as they are.

The Phoenicians, before all else, were practical business men.

The thoughts of the men of that day were as practical as their sentiments were patriotic.

I favor as a practical policy the putting of first things first.

But one remark was at once singularly philosophical and practical.

He had uttered his own practical unbelief, however, with considerable accuracy.

In using this device, only a coal or a wood stove is practical.

The practical question, then, is what to do with the children.

But her busy brain was working, too,—the practical brain that she had got from her mother's side.

And then the wedding; and the practical Cadge surprised us all.

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