practiced[ prak-tist ]SEE DEFINITION OF practiced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRACTICED
Historians are endeavoring to ascertain whether he practiced what he preached.
The touch was not his—neither so practiced, so brilliant, nor so sure.
Very often Rob had practiced his French so as to get this explanation correct.
Flirtation may be practiced in a more or less unconscious manner.
Both methods are practiced, but the former is believed to be preferable.
They differed noticeably to the practiced eye from the rest of the group.
Not so pleasant was the thought of the deception he had practiced.
He swam with long, confident strokes, those of a practiced swimmer.
The idea was a painful one to him; for if this were so, it was evident that trickery was practiced.
This must be a Spanish idea, as it is practiced both in Madrid and Cuba.