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Word: pragmatic

Definition: practical (as opposed to idealistic); concerned with practical worth or impact of something; Ex. pragmatic test of the skill


Sentences Containing 'pragmatic'

The re-establishing this ancient order was the object of several statutes enacted in England during the course of the fourteenth century, particularly of what is called the statute of provisors; and of the pragmatic sanction, established in France in the fifteenth century.
This independency of the clergy of France upon the court of Rome seems to be principally founded upon the pragmatic sanction and the concordat.
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