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Correct spelling for PRATICE
We think the word pratice is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for pratice
- Praise(Definition of praise)
- Practice(Definition of practice)
- Produce(Definition of produce)
- Prentice(Definition of prentice)
- Prize(Definition of prize)
- Priced(Definition of priced)
- Prating(Definition of Prating)
- Pirate(Definition of pirate)
- Prater(Definition of prater)
- Practise(Definition of practise)
- Price(Definition of price)
- Prattle(Definition of prattle)
- Parasite(Definition of parasite)
- Prate(Definition of prate)
- Prince(Definition of prince)
- Prated(Definition of Prated)
- Pride(Definition of pride)
- Parties(Definition of Parties)
- Paradise(Definition of paradise)
- Prance(Definition of prance)
And then indeed should we be called to part while in this world, we all shall meet above, where we with every power and all our heart will praise the saviour's name and sing his love.
Warren was not yet thirty-five years old, was of good social position, had an excellent practice and an assured future.
A barn, large and vacant, would be an excellent place in which to hide the proceeds of a pirate raid.
You practise always falling on a soft spot, and you need never worry."
Instead, she told him he was a parasite;- which loathsome truth was like oil on the flames of his slowly gathering rage.
If he succeeded, paradise threw open her gates to him.
The troubadour richard de barbezieux refers to this court, which seems to have been a periodical meeting attended by the nobles and troubadours of southern prance.