Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Proved by experience.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of experiment.
“During the mid-1850s, Darwin experimented with land snails (see this old post).”
“Morfin experimented with making pumpkin pie yesterday and it made the whole house smell wonderful.”
“Wain experimented with patterns and cats, and even quite late in life was still producing conventional cat pictures ...”
“Nobel laureates Ting and Richter have again experimented in most successful ways.”
“I know all of the enticing forms that jumpsuits can take, and the few times that I 'experimented' -- well, let's just say that the flashbacks are debilitating.”
“Sean brought his over to the Adafruit shop today and we "experimented" - it looks great!”
“The labels experimented with different bundle configurations, looking to see what buyers really wanted.”
“After all, how many of us "experimented" with petty theft as children or teenagers?”
“You're going to say that someone is disqualified to be President because they "experimented" with drugs as a teenager?”
“Trust me on this, I 'experimented' on Sean a little while ago to find out just how strong the Perron Rigot male wax was, I applied a very small patch of wax to his chin about 1" x 1.5" and he almost hit the ceiling when I ripped it away!”
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