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practicalities

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After that, on his way to the airport, Kerry got a firsthand look at the way “passion” and “practicalities” collide.

He said he respected the “passion” of my remarks, but there were “practicalities” that had to be respected, too.

But there are practicalities as well to consider, and there's nothing wrong or cowardly about considering those.

But since 2009, Canadians and Quebecers have witnessed a harsh seminar on the practicalities of currency union.

But it spoils one fearfully for the everyday practicalities of the city—a Northern city, especially.

Her vision of life had vastly enlarged; her intellect had flowered; her grasp of practicalities had become firm and sure.

The arboreal habits of our primitive ancestors gave opportunities for constant observation of the practicalities of this law.

In leaving the city the youth had given little thought to the practicalities of the open road.

But the theologian "intends" his mind away from practicalities and towards mysticism.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to practicalities, such as: bare-bones, basic details, basics, brass tacks, essentials, and fundamentals.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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