experimentally

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He politely tendered his open snuff-box, of which I partook, experimentally.

He stiffened himself, and Mr. Baker, experimentally, let him go.

Experimentally, he waved to the massed ranks of bug things as he passed them.

By this time they had reached the water and she put one toe into it experimentally.

Experimentally the eyeball can be made to burst by tying all the venous outlets from it.

Now what these severall degrees are, I have not yet experimentally verified.'

This was experimentally confirmed, and is in unison with other facts.

A material known as triplex glass had been experimentally made.

Experimentally Ramsay tried to move his legs, and found that he could do so.

This has been experimentally demonstrated by the commission.