- n. Alternative form of practiser.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who practices, or puts in practice; one who customarily performs certain acts.
- n. One who exercises a profession; a practitioner.
- n. obsolete One who uses art or stratagem.
“I will tell you one thing, he may be the most prolific carpet practicer in the history of the world, because unless the paparazzi lets him out of his house, that's the only way he's going to be able to practice.”
“Note 1: snake doctor, one who preaches voodoo, also, conjure 'doctors', male or female, hoodoo practicer.”
“His drive has earned him a reputation as a hard practicer and a devoted student of the game.”
“Censurer of it, this man was also a most dear lover, and a frequent practicer of the Art of Angling, of which he would say,”
“A courier is having a hard time delivering a package while everybody in the office seems to be a rugby fan and practicer.”
“I was never a “practicer,” but I figured I might as well try.”
“Je dois practicer ce truc", "Je dois deleter ce machin", and I use "chienne" much more to describe ppl I don't like.”
“As for instance, how one who was a practicer of the five games of skill, having with a dart or javelin unawares against his will struck and killed Epitimus the Pharsalian, his father spent a whole day with”
“If you can't help it, there are telephone-voice changers (which any SE practicer should have anyways) that will do it for you.”
“As in the instance of the great New Englander, purity of heart should be ingrained in the very foundation areas of every man who is a true leader of his fellows and a minister of the Gospel of Christ and a constant practicer in the holy office of prayer.”
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