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synonyms for pragmatical

  • pragmatic
  • astute
  • businesslike
  • commonsense
  • down-to-earth
  • earthy
  • hard
  • hard-boiled
  • hardheaded
  • levelheaded
  • matter-of-fact
  • objective
  • practical
  • prosaic
  • prudent
  • rational
  • real
  • reasonable
  • sane
  • sensible
  • shrewd
  • sober
  • sound
  • tough-minded
  • unfantastic
  • unidealistic
  • unromantic
  • unsentimental
  • utilitarian
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How to use pragmatical in a sentence

He never made foolish remarks, although not in the slightest degree uncomfortably precocious or pragmatical.
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The historians of the Renaissance period simply reverted to the ancient pragmatical view.
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We need do no more than mention the world-famous stories of the unfortunate Hunchback and the pragmatical but charitable Barber.
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Moreover the traditions of pragmatical historiography had by no means disappeared.
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But the pragmatical daughter, by the fatal meeting, precipitated all, and frustrated her indulgent designs.
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Though he was a man of dignity, for he sat in his own pew, he could not escape the rod of the pragmatical tithingman.
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But this is pragmatical, and putting an imaginary for a real state of things.
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Some kinds of criticism are as much too insipid as others are too pragmatical.
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Wardle was a pragmatical and candid friend who paid Mr. Batchel occasional visits at Stoneground.
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And would he not deserve to be hissed and thrown stones at till the pragmatical fool could learn better manners?
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