Definition of "practicality" [prac•ti•cal•i•ty]

  • The state of being practical or feasible. (noun)

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Use "practicality" in a sentence
  • "Being incapable of theory, being indeed incapable of thought, he can only deal in two things: what he calls practicality and what I call sentimentality."
  • "Nevertheless, the outcome of their false practicality is to leave politics paralyzed, and the basic recognized problems of each society unsolved."
  • "How much more do you need this explained to you that the lone wolf mentality that acts against the government is not a left-wing thing in practicality?"