experiment

[ noun ik-sper-uh-muhnt; verb ek-sper-uh-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF experiment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPERIMENT

Anyone else can demonstrate it who chooses to make the experiment.

Poor Dirk, you will remember, if he had thought of it, had no comb with which to experiment.

We regard every child in our school as a subject for experiment.

He himself said I was the best subject he could find for the experiment.

When they reached Malakand, the experiment was at once made.

By experiment he found that at a distance of a foot or so the illumination registered.

Nelson rejoiced that the experiment was made, but was well aware that it was an experiment.

This appears to be the first experiment in signalling on a subaqueous wire.

The design of the cable was a subject of experiment by Professor Morse and others.

Such an experiment was at all events predestined to an ignominious failure.

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