- adv. In terms of experience
- experiential + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Shipps stresses that as the Mormons moved to Kirtland, Ohio, and then founded a city-state at Nauvoo, Illinois, they kept replicating "experientially" the stories of the Old Testament.”
“It is as experientially real as an arrow made of stick and bone.”
“And once you are experientially a part of everything, then nobody needs to teach you morality.”
“Otherwise, you'd realize that Round Earth theory is historically inaccurate and experientially absurd.”
“Highly particular 'spirits', the notion referring to invisibly sourced by experientially tangible particularities of manifestation in terms of specific qualities.”
“At the core of Eckhart's teachings is the realization that experientially speaking, this moment is all there ever is.”
“How did they decide that Godism involved distributive justice and restorative righteousness in a world that -- then and now -- experientially denies that proposition?”
“I will not pretend to be familiar with their current offerings rimfire rifles, and I cannot comment experientially on any of them.”
“At McGill School of Architecture, this past semester Alberto Perez-Gomez and his students explored how to experientially tell a story engaging all the senses.”
“* Manage a geographically and experientially diverse team responsible for achieving ambitious goals around alumni partnerships and leadership”
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