Pragmatic synonyms

prăg-măt'ĭk
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Characterized by the use of method or orderly planning; methodical
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Using, or accustomed to using, correct reasoning
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Acting with or exhibiting good judgment; reasonable:
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The definition of skilled is someone with a talent or ability.
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Utilitarian means relating to practical purposes, or relating to the idea that usefulness is more important than beauty.
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Of or pertaining to an idealist or to idealism.
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Given to theorizing; idealistic
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Dealing with ideas or matters in a way that is not realistic; impractical or visionary
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Not governed by or based on reason:
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(Law) Relating to affairs of state.
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Realistic; sensible.
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Oppressive or unjust in nature or effect:
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The definition of hardheaded is someone who is stubborn, or someone who is practical rather than sentimental.
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Straightforward or unemotional:
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Objective is defined as someone or something that is real or not imagined.
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Having or showing good judgment; sensible:
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(Usually of writing or speaking but also figurative) Overly plain or simple, to the point of being boring; humdrum.
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Straightforward and serious; not exaggerated, emotional, or silly:
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Someone who interferes with others; one who is nosy, intrusive or meddlesome.
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(Archaic) One that trespasses on a trade monopoly, as by conducting unauthorized trade in an area designated to a chartered company.
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One who meddles or interferes in something not of their concern.
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An inquisitive, gossipy person; busybody
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A giver of unwanted advice or meddler in others' affairs
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One who is prone to butting in; a meddler.
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Having or indicating an awareness of things as they really are
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Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
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A person given to intruding in other people's affairs
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Describing a person who is tough and relentlessly practical and thus not given to sentiment.
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A sovereign's solemn decree on a matter of primary importance, having the force of law.
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Smugly conventional and lacking in culture
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Having great extent.
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Of or relating to the management of an investment portfolio by continually making investment decisions based on new information as opposed to maintaining a predetermined strategy or reproducing the returns of a market or index.
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Cluttered with detail to the point of being distracting:
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The definition of dogmatic is the strong expression of opinions as if they were facts.
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Meddling or inclined to meddle; interfering
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