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pragmatic

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In the early days all I hoped was to make a living out of what I did best. But, since there's no real market for masturbation I had to fall back on my bass playing abilities.
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Etymology

From late Latin pragmaticus, from Greek πραγματικός, from πράγμαpragma, thing’.

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  1. Practical, concerned with making decisions and actions that are useful in practice, not just theory
    The sturdy furniture in the student lounge was pragmatic, but unattractive.

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