Mores and Practice


Mores noun - Personal conduct or behavior as evaluated by an accepted standard of appropriateness for a social or professional setting.
Usage example: the mores of academic life as opposed to those of the business world
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Practice and mores are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Practice" instead a noun "Mores".


Practice noun - A usual manner of behaving or doing.
Usage example: the store's practice has always been to honor all major credit cards

Mores and practice are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Mores" instead a noun "Practice".

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human human mores human practice
similar similar mores similar practice
normal normal mores normal practice
medieval medieval mores medieval practice
Other adjectives: real, sexual, ancient, religious, traditional, strange, cultural, modern, historical, western, roman.
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