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- v. Present participle of experimentalize.
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The most recent canon appears to be that of naturalism (the Emperor's "gutter") with which artists are now experimentalizing.
Mr Lee himself, the managing partner, was an ingenious and theoretically scientific man, and often experimentalizing, but in general practically with little success.
But in a larger sense he said truly, for these men at least brought with them the vocabulary of Shakespeareor a part of iteven if the uses he made of it were beyond their comprehension, and they also brought with them that sense of ease in the language, that fine contempt for formality, that bold experimentalizing in words, which were so peculiarly Elizabethan.
Luciana meanwhile, just like herself, had been reading an angry lecture to the rest of the party, without reflecting for a moment that she herself was entirely to blame, and without letting herself be deterred by this and other failures, from going on with her experimentalizing.
A few minutes later I saw an Englishman go through the performance of losing four thousand francs by experimentalizing on single numbers.
Goethe is the only instance I know of what could, with any propriety, be termed self-experimentalizing -- he who wrung the heart and turned the head of the whole reading Europe of his day by his own love passages with Madame Kestner transcribed into "The Sorrows of Werther."
The most recent canon appears to be that of naturalism (the Emperor's “gutter “) with which artists are now experimentalizing.