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Synonyms for practise

Synonyms for practise

engage in a rehearsal (of)

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

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A dedicated practiser, he knew the necessity of acclimatising to different batting surfaces before the serious business started.
A smiling Singh yesterday failed to live up to his reputation as a surly compulsive practiser who caused a storm last year by insisting Annika Sorenstam should not play on the men's tour.
My dad was a great practiser but he knows what's good for me.
You have to believe the man when he says he has played only two rounds in those four months and hit balls twice, but for such an ardent practiser, life must have been difficult this summer watching the Majors without being able to play in the last three.
I don't want in any way to run down her technique - I heard a Dvorak concerto at the Proms that was absolutely flawless - but I don't think she was the greatest practiser in the world.
He's a full-time practiser now and he is very grateful for the sponsorship that he receives from the Doyle brothers who form the BLS communications company.
I asked him if he was a light, an average or an obsessive practiser.
Jim Rhodes, of South Staffs, David Creamer, arguably the world's most fanatical practiser, and Scottish professional Bill Lockie are a shot ahead of him on 66, one behind is Horton and two behind is Tony Jacklin, who will call back a few memories this we ek.
In the first place, I am satisfied that some of those at present here are fugitives from justice in the United States, on account, no doubt, of their being practisers of Polygamy.
without their License, but those practisers who mis-administer
One of their leaders, surveying the published attacks upon the movement, later condemned those writers who ridiculed believers' baptism: "Satan manifests his malice in throwing contempt upon the obedient and upright practisers of the same, to raise prejudices from a story of what strange Creatures were of that opinion at Munster in Germany, and stirs up others to pry into the dark side of the Saints, I mean their personal frailties.
His performances in the last three Majors - eighth at the US Open, seventh at the Open, first at the USPGA - were mega and although he has not competed for three weeks, he is one of the most assiduous practisers and will want to impress on his first start in Europe since becoming a Major champion.
Are they not as good practisers of Bawderie, as inactors?
Of the world's greatest practisers, Singh might just be No 1; no-one has worked harder.