Quotes of practically

  1. Well, Italy had been overrun by the War, there had practically been civil war, north and south of the Gothic Line, heavy bombing, the northern industrial cities had been bombed heavily and we had political disorder before 1948. – Gianni Agnelli
  2. Smoking is related to practically every terrible thing that can happen to you. – Loni Anderson
  3. Back then, a half -a -century ago, the situation was totally different. Economically, we were practically on our knees, and politically, we were still excluded from the community of nations. Today, in this respect, we have a totally different and much more stable basis. – Franz Beckenbauer
  4. The orthodox Jewish faith practically excludes woman from religious life. – Abraham Cahan
  5. You can trust a Neil Simon script. Every dot. Every dash; that pause means something. He takes all the jokes out, practically – Hector Elizondo
  6. When I was in jail, I was a lot of people's favorite person. I practically ran the jail. I had more freedom than the police. – Flavor Flav
  7. The emancipation of women is practically the greatest egoistic movement of the nineteenth century, and the most intense affirmation of the right of the self that history has yet seen. – Ellen Key
  8. It is therefore not to be wondered at that Lincoln's single term in the House of Representatives at Washington added practically nothing to his reputation. – John George Nicolay
  9. In recent times, European nations, with the use of gunpowder and other technical improvements in warfare, controlled practically the whole world. One, the British Empire, brought under one government a quarter of the earth and its inhabitants. – John Boyd Orr
  10. The 1984 European Championships were held in France and that was something important. I felt on form then, even though I was practically always injured at all the World Cups. It's a great memory. But in any case, the past is past. – Michel Patini
  11. I love California, I practically grew up in Phoenix. – Dan Quayle
  12. There are no Rabbits in the north -west. This statement, far from final, is practically true to -day, but I saw plenty of Lynxes, and one cannot write of ducks without mentioning water. – Ernest Thompson Seton
  13. My father's death, my move, and my frightening and difficult delivery created a tremendous amount of stress, pain, and sadness for me. I was practically devastated beyond recovery. – Brooke Shields
  14. Forty years ago the chances of journalists reporting- or the authorities even prosecuting- a pro athlete were practically nil. – Leigh Steinberg
  15. As far as intellectual training was concerned, my nine years from seven to sixteen were practically wasted. – Mary A. Ward

Usage examples for practically

  1. Show that you can handle this ward, and you are practically safe." – Love Stories by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  2. And that you and Mr. Meredith are practically of the same build? – The Chase of the Golden Plate by Jacques Futrelle
  3. So much may be necessary, but religion must practically take its place among the ideal pursuits of men and be exposed, as they are, to the full examination of the mind before any fair account of it can be given. – Recollections and Impressions 1822-1890 by Octavius Brooks Frothingham
  4. It is practically a new form of light. – The Mystery of the Green Ray by William Le Queux
  5. " Practically a hundred per cent. – Black Man's Burden by Dallas McCord Reynolds
  6. It seemed a trifle strange to me, as she was then nineteen, an age when most girls of her class are brought out, and had been away for practically five years. – People of the Whirlpool by Mabel Osgood Wright
  7. " Oh," said Jemima, practically it seemed rather a pity that there should be no one to inherit Aunt Jemima's money. – Kildares of Storm by Eleanor Mercein Kelly
  8. At that day I knew practically nothing of women, good or bad. – The Man from Jericho by Edwin Carlile Litsey
  9. You practically gave away all your money so as to start by yourself. – A Man and His Money by Frederic Stewart Isham
  10. You have your money back, practically complete. – The Bail Jumper by Robert J. C. Stead
  11. After a while it is practically gone. – Cobb's Anatomy by Irvin S. Cobb
  12. She remembered now that on a former occasion the manager had practically admitted his fear of Dakota, and then there was his conduct on that day when she had asked him to return Dakota's pony. – The Trail to Yesterday by Charles Alden Seltzer
  13. There is practically no end to the features that could be introduced to tone the thing up. – Love Conquers All by Robert C. Benchley
  14. But her baby was too ill for travel; she had practically forced this truth from Major Ralston, and so she had no choice but to remain. – The Lamp in the Desert by Ethel M. Dell
  15. Mr. Wordsley was practically finished, but he did not hurry. – The Marooner by Charles A. Stearns
  16. I was the last, and I was practically through when I became aware that we were not alone in the room. – The Image and the Likeness by John Scott Campbell
  17. But the money was there- practically to be disposed of as he might direct. – Rulers of India: Lord Clive by George Bruce Malleson
  18. " I'll get something to eat," she said practically – The Graveyard of Space by Milton Lesser
  19. When I am excited- I to whom it means practically nothing, why should not you be? – The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade
  20. She had accepted her first offer, and he was practically the only man she knew anything of. – Modern marriage and how to bear it by Maud Churton Braby