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
Professor Galenson says that creativity comes in two types: conceptual, which tends to be spontaneous, and experimental, which comes from years of practice.
This one may just be the most experimental, and tasty, yet.
Both efforts were highly experimental and aimed at academic audiences.
This fake science also justifies the use of abortifacients and early human embryos in experimental research in human cloning, embryonic-stem-cell therapy, and genetic engineering, including synthetic biology, nanotechnology, and gene splicing.
The experimental gel contains a synthetic progestin called nestorone—which blocks the testes from making enough testosterone to produce sperm—and a synthetic testosterone, which will counteract subsequent hormonal imbalances.
Recent revelations that a U.S. researcher injected Americans with his experimental herpes vaccine without routine safety oversight raised an uproar among scientists and ethicists.
Under Control For an experimental control, the researchers also observed wild green and loggerhead turtle hatchlings on Florida's Boca Raton beach, which has turtle nesting grounds in both light-polluted and naturally dark areas.
Earlier this year, Hughes announced a new literary imprint, A Public Space Books, and will begin publication with Howland’s experimental novella, A Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, which was originally published in TriQuarterly in the 1990s.
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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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