Definitions for practicalness

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

prac•ti•calˈpræk tɪ kəl(adj.)

  1. pertaining to or concerned with practice or action:

    practical mathematics.

  2. consisting of, involving, or resulting from practice or action:

    a practical application of a rule.

  3. adapted or suited for actual use; useful or utilitarian:

    practical instructions; a practical vinyl floor.

  4. inclined toward or fitted for action or useful activities.

  5. mindful of the results, usefulness, etc., of action or procedure; sensible.

  6. of or concerned with ordinary activities or work:

    practical affairs.

  7. engaged or experienced in actual practice or work:

    a practical politician.

  8. matter-of-fact; prosaic.

  9. being such in practice or effect:

    a practical certainty.

  10. (of a stage property) constructed for use as a real object; practicable:

    practical water faucets.

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Origin of practical:

1375–1425; late ME practik practical < L prācticus < Gk prāktikós



Webster Dictionary

  1. Practicalness(noun)

    same as Practicality


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