First I cut out all fats, then all carbs, then practically all solid food.
The bullets spun him around as if he— a man so enormous he was nicknamed Taco Truck— were practically weightless.
A room full of girls sat hunched over blank paper gripping pencils so tightly, their knuckles were practically turning white.
But when the court oversteps, fixing the problem is practically impossible.
As Ruth Franklin wrote in The New Yorker, Achebe practically invented the Great African Novel.
He had practically admitted his authorship of the notice in the Winnipeg paper.
Over there the citizens of each country are practically of one race.
The use of chloride of zinc is practically essential in this case.
He realized, too, that she had put him practically at her mercy by the promise he had given.
But practically it did tend to disintegration of established institutions.