Definition of practice :
The act or exercise of training soldiers in the military art, as in the manual of arms, in the execution of evolutions, and the like; hence, diligent and strict instruction and exercise in the rudiments and methods of any business; a kind or method of military exercises; as, infantry drill; battalion drill; artillery drill.
workout, exploit, recital, institutionalise, iteration, cause, blueprint, figure, reading, course session, send, make out, wont, actuate, arrange, training, expend, system, exercising, drill, put, coiffure, intrust, perpetrate, design, physical exercise, example, set, tradition, execute, commit, fare, coiffe, physical exertion, come, fashion, shape, get along, clientele, study, practice session, make, dedicate, rule, formula, hold, devote, enforce, invest, utilisation, approach pattern, habituate, pull, radiation diagram, suffice, discipline, habit, dress, trust, lend oneself, place, radiation pattern, mode, class period, confide, recitation, work out, give, preparation, traffic pattern, convention, work, praxis, manage, practise, normal, custom, coif, consecrate, entrust, go for, used, form, repetition, charge, utilise, rehearse, bore, train, pursue, answer, rehearsal, pattern, put on, institutionalize
apply (part of speech: verb)
business (part of speech: noun)
holding, position, service, negotiation, business, selling, merchant, company, assignment, consortium, posting, specialty, vocation, calling, livelihood, station, employment, establishment, proprietorship, corporation, profession, concern, interest, management, trade, firm, market, exchange, commerce, barter, venture, retailing, transaction, industry, affair, busy work, partnership, career, commission, job, situation, occupation
behave (part of speech: verb)
behavior (part of speech: noun)
experience (part of speech: noun)
action (part of speech: noun)
application (part of speech: noun)
perform music (part of speech: verb)
- " Plenty of practice," Dorothea said. - "Out Like a Light", Gordon Randall Garrett.
- He had evidently had some practice in getting about quietly. - "Blindfolded", Earle Ashley Walcott.
- Toward the last of their practice they began to believe it themselves. - "Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore", Pauline Lester.