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pragmatical (adj.)

1540s, "pertaining to material interests of a state or community;" 1590s, "concerned with practical results," from Latin pragmaticus (see pragmatic) + -al (1). Often in a bad sense 17c.-18c.: "unduly busy over the affairs of others, characterized by officiousness, intrusive" (1610s); "busy over trifles, self-important" (1704). Related: Pragmatically; pragmaticalness.

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Definitions of pragmatical

pragmatical (adj.)
of or concerning the theory of pragmatism;
Synonyms: pragmatic
pragmatical (adj.)
concerned with practical matters;
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