adjective em·pir·io·logical \"+\

Definition of empiriological

  1. :  emphasizing or based on procedures that are both logical and empirical (such as those employing mathematics and experiments) empiriological in contrast to ontological methods

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Origin and Etymology of empiriological

French empiriologique, from empirio- + logique logical, from Latin logicus — more at logical

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