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- adv. in the manner of an experiment
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By experiment; by experience or trial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By experiment; by experience or trial; by operation and observation of results.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an experimental fashion
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Mate choice in experimentally parasitized rock doves: lousy males lose.
Schwinger's policy of finding theoretical virtues in experimentally unknown particles has culminated recently in a revived concern with magnetically charged particles, which may also be involved in the understanding of strong interactions.
Knowledge of God experimentally is the first step to life (Joh 17: 3).
I stood up, a litde gingerly, and tried my footing as I swished die sword experimentally, a gleam that sliced die shadows.
What kind of experimentally verifiable physical manifestation would serve to prove or disprove either the existence of “goodness” or, if such was proved, the presence or absence of “goodness” in real-world situation?
They would have the child with his meagre endowment of intellect determine for himself, "experimentally", which instincts to suppress and which to cultivate.
He "learned obedience," experimentally, "by the things which He suffered"; thus gaining that practical learning which adapted Him for "speaking a word in season" to suffering men (Heb 5: 8).
Wasn't the point the SUGGESTION that women should "experimentally" try having sex although they may not be torn up with desire at the time?. .to see if the results were satisfactory.
"experimentally" proven in the Three-Mile-Island (TMI) accident.
I cut it out and placed it experimentally on the blue scrapbooking paper background.