Examples of practitioner in a Sentence
a French doctor who was once the most famous practitioner of natural childbirth
Recent Examples of practitioner from the Web
There’s no better practitioner of this art than Wexler’s Deli.
Jennie Melamed is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and author of Gather the Daughters.
Patients have used the iPads to address a common gripe: finding a better way to keep track of all the practitioners in the seemingly endless rotation that takes care of them.
The relative ease of finding practitioners online is also a factor.
Some enrich the pockets of medical practitioners while rarely benefiting patients for more than a few months.
Adding to its rich history, Salem has become a center for thousands of practitioners of the Wiccan faith, which has no relation to the satanic imaginations of 1692.
Only a handful of private practitioners remain because no new ones have been allowed in more than half a century.
Among the general public, dentists tend to have a Norman Rockwell appeal — solo practitioners who clean your teeth, tell your kids to cut down on the candy, and put their seal of approval on a range of minty toothpastes and mouthwashes.
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Origin and Etymology of practitioner
First Known Use: 1535See Words from the same year
PRACTITIONER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of practitioner for English Language Learners
: a person who works in a professional medical or legal business
: a person who regularly does an activity that requires skill or practice
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