practically

All Adverb
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  • The female's appearance is practically the same during all its life.
  • In both cases, the characters have practically no social life and various enemies.
  • There are practically no words with fewer than two letters or more than ten.
  • At the same time he was very successful in international competition scoring in practically every game and making new records.
  • This in turn affected practically every other industry in the town.
  • Women were able to participate in practically all types of community work.
  • The town was practically destroyed during the fighting in the area.
  • He has now sung at practically every other important opera house and festival worldwide.
  • It is well known that practically every one of them had several branches, many of which were quite large.
  • Bryan, with practically no staff, gave much the same talk over and over again.
  • We are interested only in cases where p is small so that V m is practically constant.
  • Many of the special companies set up to develop the island became practically bankrupt.
  • By the time they returned to New York, they were so popular they played shows practically every week.
  • For the next three years, the video game market practically ceased to exist in the US.
  • He desired to see each congregation act as a practically independent community.
  • But this time practically all of them had to leave their belongings behind.
  • They were practically out of ammunition but even had they been full up I think they would have gone.
  • In such a small community practically anybody will help in case of an emergency.
  • At some point he supported practically every anti-prohibition movement in the Senate.
  • The two worked practically independent from each other.
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Meaning of practically

  • adverb Almost; nearly
    practically the first thing I saw when I got off the train, he was practically the only guest at the party, there was practically no garden at all
  • adverb In a practical manner
    practically orientated institutions such as business schools, a brilliant man but so practically inept that he needed help to cross the road safely