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1 He'd known the old man practically all his life.
2 My essay is practically finished now.
3 She practically accused me of starting the fire!
4 She's practically always late for school.
5 I've read practically all of his books.
6 Practically, the plan didn't work well.
7 I meet famous people practically every day.
8 It was very neat,[www.Sentencedict.com] and practically bloodless.
9 He is practically typecast for the role of a gangster.
10 I attended practically every lecture and seminar when I was a student.
11 The Chinese Christians, therefore, practically excommunicate themselves from their own clan.
12 There is a place in London that supplies practically everything for left-handed people.
13 The carpet's so old, it's practically bald.
14 That practically amounts to a fraud.
15 Her blouse was practically transparent!
16 Italy had thus practically declared her independence.
17 This drug was practically unknown in Britain.
18 She's practically always late for work.
19 Practically the whole nation watched the ceremony on television.
20 He practically lives on fish and chips!
21 Hospital beds were scarce and medicines were practically non-existent.
22 It's practically impossible to predict what will happen.
23 I was practically nodding off in that meeting.
24 These chemicals are practically insoluble in water.
25 She solved the problem very practically.
26 I think racism is unconsciously inherent in practically everyone.
27 I was practically screaming with frustration.
28 The most normal and the most perfect human being is the one who most thoroughly addresses himself to the activity of his best powers,gives himself most thoroughly to the world around him,flings himself out into the midst of humanity,and is so preoccu pied by his own beneficent reaction on the world that he is practically unconscious of a sep arate existence...
29 With that crack in it, the vase is worth practically nothing.
30 I hate to disillusion you, but your chances of winning are practically zero.
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