experimented

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

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She had not experimented to an authoritative extent with the desert pickles.

We experimented with it, after we had first noticed it, but we don't any more.

It is claimed that Newton experimented with a steam motor in 1680.

Some such exercises have already been experimented with, and others might be devised.

As one member after the other experimented with him he described their dress.

He had experimented in Nature—as color, form, mystery—what had he not experimented in?

The polyphemus moth, for example, has been experimented with a great deal.

He experimented on some of the very same species as did Gartner.

Is this the apparatus with which you experimented at your place?

He had experimented, finding that even the charge of a khada was harmless to him.

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