- v. present participle of experience.
“For the first time, the report also scrutinized water scarcity, a serious problem that affect over 50 countries around the world (which it describes as experiencing "moderate to severe water stress on a year-round basis"), concluding that it is fast reaching a tipping point in many areas.”
“When we're in a conflict with another person or dealing with someone or something that's challenging for us, being able to admit, own, and express our fear, insecurity, sadness, anger, jealousy, or whatever other "negative" emotions we are experiencing is one of the best ways for us to move past our defensiveness and authentically address the deeper issues of the situation.”
“Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger analyzed the situation thus: I am convinced that the crisis in the Church that we are experiencing is to a large extent due to the disintegration of the Liturgy …. when the community of faith, the worldwide unity of the Church and her history and the mystery of the living Christ are no longer visible in the Liturgy, where else, then is the Church to become visible in her spiritual essence?”
“One of the greatest violations humans can imagine experiencing is not being able to control themselves.”
“What you are experiencing is the citizenry trying to right a wrong.”
“Pete suspects that his grandmother is again experiencing hard times, but loves the farm too much to leave.”
“The newspaper quotes a few psychologists who say the experiencing is potentially damaging to children, but a BBC spokesman disagrees.”
“More than 600 of them think that what we are experiencing is natural for our planet.”
“Sadly what you are experiencing is seen everywhere in health, education, councils and the private sector.”
“There was a smattering of kids; most dragged to the theatre by their parents in the name of experiencing history.”
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Words that will come in handy for my senior thesis, which I am working on "as we speak."
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