There were pragmatic inferences.
The decision was pragmatic in nature.
John Deacon takes an in-depth, highly pragmatic approach.
The decision was pragmatic so that it could be easily extrapolated.
A sensible, pragmatic approach was taken to public sector reform.
Despite this, Saint just remains pragmatic, and retains a surprising respect for those who create the works he defiles.
The reason for this is entirely pragmatic.
We should accept the positive elements of Blair's essentially pragmatic approach.
First, forget idealism and dogmatism and get pragmatic!
This argument seems pragmatic to me, but I could be wrong.
This is a fairly pragmatic requirement.
He took a pragmatic stance toward knowledge.
He was pragmatic with regard to having an understanding of ministering to people where they were at.
There was no pragmatic solution to the problem.
There is a related view which is purely pragmatic.
These deliver pragmatic, appropriate, transparent actions leading directly to positive impacts.
The pragmatic considerations were less important.
Our core service is utilizing our accountancy and business expertise to provide pragmatic, technically correct and honest advice.
The tent is a choice of architectural strategy which is not merely pragmatic.
The parable of the three rings is the epitome of the pragmatic position.
The pragmatic doctrine of truth, which it is now possible to outline, results from a convergence of the above lines of argument.