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- adj. experimental; of the nature of experiment
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Experimental; of the nature of experiment.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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I certainly heard no complaints when Ice Cube turned white people black with his experimentative reality show Black.
Teens may use this term a lot while they're in their adolescent experimentative mode.
-- N.B. There was always something experimentative about this man's wickedness.
It was composed chiefly of glass, the construction being of that crude sort which is employed for experimentative purposes.
It was compose chiefly of glass, the construction being of that crude sort which is employed for experimentative purposes.
It might not have a great script to start with, but it was interestingly filmed in an experimentative way.
A number of pedagogical approaches have developed in the computer age, including the communicative and integrative / experimentative approaches outlined above in the History of CALL.
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