Idiom
For each of the following sentences four alternatives are given. You are required to choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given or underlined in the sentence. To all intent and purposes he is a good man.

in practice
practically
above all
finally
to censure someone in strong terms

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Idiom
For each of the following sentences four alternatives are given. You are required to choose the correct meaning of the idiom or phrase given or underlined in the sentence. To disabuse one's mind

To banish from one's mind a thought
To conceal something
To remove a misapprehension
To proceed cautiously so as to avoid risks and dangers

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