Here y'are, practic'ly on the equator in the middle of the summer, and it's colder than hell.
Whether the Transfusion may be practic'd upon pregnant Bitches, at least at certain times of their gravidation?
The actNotes and practic part of life is thus made the mistress of our theorique.
late 14c., "a way of doing something, method; practice, custom, usage;" also "an applied science;" from Old French practique "practice, usage" (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin practica "practice, practical knowledge," ultimately from Greek praktike "practical" (as opposed to "theoretical;" see practical). From early 15c. as "practical aspect or application of something; practice as opposed to theory;" also, "knowledge of the practical aspect of something, practical experience."