experimentally experimentally  /ɪk spɛ rə ˈmɛn tə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an experimental fashion

Usage(s):

  1. Bending his knees experimentally, he whipped over in an inside loop.
  2. Little William was born in 1898 to an experimentally minded psychologist, Boris Sidis.
  3. Little William was born in 1898 to an experimentally minded psychologist, Boris Sidis.

News

  1. Thursday, June 20, 2013 12:01 am

    Paige Gosnell lay on the sidewalk and scrawled excitedly with chalk, sometimes experimentally applying the orange or green to her cheeks and arms.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Today's News-Herald

  2. Wee Play in the Park

    Paige Gosnell lay on the sidewalk and scrawled excitedly with chalk, sometimes experimentally applying the orange or green to her cheeks and arms.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Today's News-Herald

Quotes

  1. "The problem of light focusing by water droplets adhered to plants has never been thoroughly investigated, neither theoretically, nor experimentally", said Dr Gabor Horvath, from Hungary's Eotvos University.
    on Jan 12, 2010 By: Gábor Horváth Source: Mother Nature Network

  2. "NIF has given us a real breakthrough experimentally, so we can actually study the properties of matter at these conditions," Jeanloz said. "This is a new kind of chemistry of materials that we're on the brink of being able to explore."
    on Mar 6, 2009 By: Raymond Jeanloz Source: AZoOptics.com (press release)

  3. "Many of the references in our paper are from Plato, Riemann and Poincaré," Dehaene says. "What excited us was the ability to ask experimentally some questions which belong to a very long history of questions about the foundations of...
    on Jan 19, 2006 By: Stanislas Dehaene Source: EurekAlert (press release)

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