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Definition of "practised" []

  • Expert; skilled; proficient (adjective)
  • Acquired or perfected by practice (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of practise. (verb)

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Use "practised" in a sentence
  • "Even cleaning, rightly understood and practised, is a useful, and therefore honorable, profession."
  • "He asked a thousand questions could scarcely be persuaded but some sinister design was again practised against her, and it was with much difficulty he at length grew more reconciled and satisfied with the account he received."
  • "But the subjects of the Merovingian kings might alienate their personal freedom; and this act of legal suicide, which was familiarly practised, is expressed in terms most disgraceful and afflicting to the dignity of human nature."