Examples of practically in a Sentence
The room's ceiling was so low that we practically had to crawl.
I talk to him practically everyday.
The project is practically complete.
Football is practically a religion in some places.
Practically speaking, Alaska is too far to go for just a few days.
Recent Examples of practically from the Web
With Eaton Canyon practically in their backyards, the residents of the foothill community have easy access to hiking trails, a public golf course, and the spectacular holiday-lights display that folks in Upper Hastings Ranch put on each year.
The ball then bounced high and behind Anger, allowing Hardee to run under it practically in stride and glide into the end zone.
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These guys practically invented the rough rhymes-lovely chorus hitmaking formula.
The Rippeys, who lived just off Atlas Peak Road northeast of Napa, met 89 years ago and were said by family members to be practically inseparable.
Here’s how top procedures stacked up, on a scale of 1 (meh, practically a mosquito bite) to 5 (Steve Carell chest-wax terror): 1.
Working with an industrial design team in China, InvizBox has created a much more attractive privacy tool, both aesthetically and practically.
Though smiling in photos is encouraged by practically every snap-happy grandma on earth, smiling in these photos is a bit of a blurred line.
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First Known Use of practically
Synonymsabout, all but, borderline, fair [chiefly British], fairly, feckly [chiefly Scottish], more or less, most, much, near, nearly, next to, nigh, almost, somewhere, virtually, well-nigh
Related Wordsappreciably, by and large, chiefly, largely, mainly, mostly; kind of, partially, partly, somewhat
Near Antonymsabsolutely, altogether, completely, entirely, fully, plain, plumb [chiefly dialect], quite, thoroughly; totally, utterly, well, wholly; barely, hardly, scarcely
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Definition of practically for Students
- It rained practically all night.
- Practically speaking, it's too far to drive.
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