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pragmatic
used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

3 uses
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Definition
concerned with practical matters — especially where quick results and/or practical experience triumph over theory
  • a pragmatic extension of the big dream
    2 — Act 2 (67% in)
pragmatic = practical — especially where results triumph over ideal theory
  • You're .... easily impressed .... sort of a .... pragmatic idealism.
    2 — Act 2 (5% in)
  • I want to know about your wife's money because .... well, because I'm fascinated by the methodology .... by the pragmatic accommodation by which you wave-of-the-future boys are going to take over.
    2 — Act 2 (23% in)

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