Definition of Out of practice

1. Adjective. Impaired in skill by neglect.

Exact synonyms: Rusty
Similar to: Unskilled
Derivative terms: Rustiness



Definition of Out of practice

1. Adjective. (context: of a person) Diminished in proficiency, especially in exercising a skill, due to disuse or a lack of recent experience. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Out Of Practice

out of one's depth
out of one's face
out of one's head
out of one's league
out of one's mind
out of one's sight
out of one's skull
out of one's system
out of one's way
out of order
out of phase
out of place
out of place(p)
out of play(p)
out of pocket
out of practice (current term)
out of practice(p)
out of print
out of proportion
out of reach(p)
out of service
out of shape
out of sight
out of sight, out of mind
out of sorts
out of stock
out of stock(p)
out of the blue
out of the blue(p)
out of the box

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