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fencing the art, sport, or practice of fighting with swords.
hygiene the practice of keeping clean to stay healthy and prevent disease.
hype an instance or practice of creating interest in by exaggeration. [1/2 definitions]
improvise to make up while one is performing; perform without planning or practice. [1/2 definitions]
inexperienced without the knowledge or skill that comes from practice or long life; not experienced.
magic of, concerning, or used in the practice of magic. [1/4 definitions]
medical of or having to do with the study or practice of medicine.
metronome a device that marks a regular period of time with a clicking sound. A metronome can be set at different speeds and is used by musicians to keep time during practice.
photography the art or practice of taking and making photographs.
political having to do with the study or practice of politics, politicians, or government.
politics the activities or practice of leaders in government. [1/3 definitions]
practical able to be used or put into practice; useful. [1/3 definitions]
pursue to spend time doing; work at; practice. [1/2 definitions]
range an area used for practice in shooting. [1/8 definitions]
registered nurse a nurse who has completed training and who has a license to practice nursing. In order to receive a license, nurses must pass an examination given by a state government.
rehearse to practice for a show, play, concert, or other performance.
religion the practice of one's religious beliefs. [1/3 definitions]
rusty not as good as it once was; out of practice. [1/2 definitions]
sanitation the practice of keeping the public healthy by providing clean living conditions. Sanitation includes removing garbage and keeping drinking water clean.
schoolwork study or practice done at school or as homework.
segregation the practice of separating people according to groups, especially racial groups.