Examples of experimental in a Sentence
The fuel is being used on an experimental basis.
an experimental procedure for patients suffering from leukemia
Recent Examples of experimental from the Web
Many of these experimental candidates in trials are quite similar.
The surprises here are the experimental, motorised sculptures that preceded these classic, familiar works.
But detection may become easier if an experimental blood test ultimately proves accurate, said another report released on the same day.
KC Fringe Festival Thursday, July 20, through July 30 at multiple venues Offbeat artists and performances will abound at the 13th annual event for experimental theater and much more.
Inside the winery’s experimental greenhouse, rows of bright green vines stretch toward the sun, awaiting their replanting in micro-test fields.
Sonic Youth was once the most beloved experimental rock band in the world, and Moore and the band's co-leader Kim Gordon its most beloved couple.
Like going to the bathroom, or, conversely, being able to eat: Human waste will be treated through a bio-fermentation process, and experimental crops and vegetables will be grown with the help of food and waste byproducts.
The temporary space is experimental for Discount Divas, which operates primarily on Facebook.
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First Known Use of experimental
Synonymsdevelopmental, pilot, trial
Antonymsnonempirical, theoretical (also theoretic), unempirical
Related Wordsexploratory, investigative, probative; preliminary, preparatory, provisional, temporary, tentative; conjectural, hypothetical, speculative, theoretical (also theoretic); untested, untried; unproved, unproven
Near Antonymsaccepted, established, standard; tested, tried; advanced, developed; proved, proven; conclusive, decisive, definitive, final, permanent
EXPERIMENTAL Defined for English Language Learners
EXPERIMENTAL Defined for Kids
medical Definition of experimental
- the heart of the experimental method is the direct control of the thing studied
- —B. F. Skinner
- experimental diabetes
experimentallyplay \-ᵊl-ē\ adverb
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