practise

Part of speech: verb

To do or pursue habitually.

Part of speech: verb

To perform by way of training.

Part of speech: verb

To do something for amusement or training.

Part of speech: verb

To pursue a profession or calling.

Part of speech: noun

Any customary action or proceeding; regular prosecution of a profession; action for exercise or training.

Part of speech: noun

The doing of something thought of or planned.

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Usage examples "practise":

  1. " Since it is from us," said he, " that you learnt what you know of religion, practise it in our fashion, pray like us, and know that you will only come out of this place on the day of the saint whose name you bear." - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
  2. " If I practise a lot. - "A Christmas Posy", Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth.
  3. The knowledge of these relations and duties is one form of learning; the disposition and the ability to observe and practise these relations and duties, is another and a higher form of learning. - "Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions", George S. Boutwell.