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- n. A person who experiments.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who makes experiments; one skilled in experiments.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes experiments; one skilled in experiments; an experimentalist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who enjoys testing innovative ideas
- n. a research worker who conducts experiments
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Haitinger carried over his skills as an experimenter from the Chemistry Institute to Welsbach's industry along with a dexterity with financial issues back to the domain of science.
To the south of us the United States, led by a great experimenter is working out its own salvation.
If the word be 'England' the white and black marks on the paper will, if the experimenter is a 'visualiser,' produce at once a picture of some kind accompanied by a vague and half conscious emotional reaction of affection, perhaps, or anxiety, or the remembrance of puzzled thought.
If the experimenter is a person with a small amount of the electric fluid in his nature, that is negatively charged, the water being positive will draw down or attract the twig, hence the downward movement.
Research is disappointing work when the experimenter is the slave of the return and the caprices of a brief season of the year.
The starting point for uncertainty that are analogous to the scienti ﬁ c the experimenter is the hypothesis that the drug is method.
In Vienna, Pettersson initiated a new era of experimentation and transformed the meaning of "experimenter" within the institute.
The Mrs. on the other hand ... she's what we call an "experimenter".
A chemist by training, he was invited on as an "experimenter" in the infancy of NASA, working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Houston.
Even more than Blakey, who tended to stick with the Messengers' hard-bop format, Roach was a restless experimenter who was open to many forms of postmodern experimentation, including team-ups with such free-jazz avatars as Archie Shepp, Anthony Braxton and Cecil Taylor.