adjective(well practised when postpositive)
  1. having or having been habitually or frequently practised in order to improve skill or quality

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How to use well-practised in a sentence

  • But Jack needed no exhortation, for he was well practised and better inclined.

  • The woman touched a spring with well-practised hand, the silver heart divided, and a roll of parchment fell upon the bed.

    Joan of the Sword Hand | S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
  • This is an art about which more can be learned in five minutes by watching it well practised than by pages of written description.

    On Laboratory Arts | Richard Threlfall
  • Five well-practised treble voices now began to sing the chorus of virgins in a sad and plaintive tone.

  • You will have to run a terrible gauntlet between well-practised sharpshooters.

    Hurricane Hurry | W.H.G. Kingston