Practick

Prac´tick


n.1.Practice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Iago conflates all mathematical study first with "theorick" ("prattle without practice") and then with the grubby "practick" of money matters.
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).
Neill (ed.), Practicks of Sir James Balfour (Stair Society, Edinburgh, 1962-63), pp.