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Definition of "practices" []

  • A usual or customary action or proceeding (noun)
  • Repetition or exercise of an activity in order to achieve mastery and fluency (noun)
  • The condition of having mastery of a skill or activity through repetition (esp in the phrases in practice, out of practice) (noun)
  • The exercise of a profession (noun)
  • The act of doing something (noun)
  • The established method of conducting proceedings in a court of law (noun)
  • Plural form of practice. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of practice. (verb)

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Use "practices" in a sentence
  • "Instead, this title practices the picaresque by following a rogue on his adventures in the mundane world."
  • "Lastly, part of identifying a set of best practices is about documenting those examples of recent activism in which the digitally connected few galvanized and mobilized the less connected masses."
  • "The tone seemed to be “Palin practices the politics of resentment so we will too.”"
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