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He never made foolish remarks, although not in the slightest degree uncomfortably precocious or pragmatical.
The historians of the Renaissance period simply reverted to the ancient pragmatical view.
We need do no more than mention the world-famous stories of the unfortunate Hunchback and the pragmatical but charitable Barber.
Moreover the traditions of pragmatical historiography had by no means disappeared.
But the pragmatical daughter, by the fatal meeting, precipitated all, and frustrated her indulgent designs.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 3 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Though he was a man of dignity, for he sat in his own pew, he could not escape the rod of the pragmatical tithingman.
But this is pragmatical, and putting an imaginary for a real state of things.
WINTERSLOWWILLIAM HAZLITT
Some kinds of criticism are as much too insipid as others are too pragmatical.
TABLE-TALKWILLIAM HAZLITT
Wardle was a pragmatical and candid friend who paid Mr. Batchel occasional visits at Stoneground.
And would he not deserve to be hissed and thrown stones at till the pragmatical fool could learn better manners?
IN PRAISE OF FOLLYDESIDERIUS ERASMUS

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