nonpracticing

Not practicing; of a person in a particular profession, not engaged in the practice of that profession; of a person born into a particular religion, not abiding by the rituals and mores of that religion.

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  • nonpracticing — non•prac•tic•ing [[t]nɒnˈpræk tə sɪŋ[/t]] adj. not currently or actively practicing one s profession, religion, etc.: a qualified but nonpracticing lawyer[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • nonpracticing — /non prak teuh sing/, adj. not currently practicing one s profession, religion, etc.: a nonpracticing physician. [NON + PRACTICING] …   Useful english dictionary

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