Practick

Prac´tick


n.1.Practice.
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For example, when Christian and Faithful converse regarding Talkative, the pilgrim claims to know something; somehow he has learned that the "Soul of Religion is the practick [or practical, practice-able] part" (79).
Practicks of Sir James Balfour (Stair Society, Edinburgh, 1962-63), pp.
The practicks of Sir James Balfour of Pittendreich, reproduced from the printed edition of 1754 2 vols consecutively paginated (Edinburgh, 1962-3), 514.