empirically

All Adverb
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  • Some say it is not yet a science, but works empirically only. Cited from London Lectures of 1907, by Annie Besant
  • These projects were large-scale, usually empirically-based, and often lasted for more than one year.
  • How much of union there may be is a question that she thinks can only be decided empirically. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • From the old masters we have received a complete record of all that need be known empirically about the voice. Cited from The Psychology of Singing, by David C. Taylor
  • He made his case in a series of papers, most of them empirically oriented.
  • Neither its fat-burning effects in humans nor any potential side effects have been empirically established.
  • Also, the work of some social scientists has empirically supported this theory.
  • It has been empirically confirmed by some firms at various points in their history.
  • In this way the selection is made when a theory is an empirically better fit.
  • On simple functions all of them have been empirically shown to keep the step size within the evolution window.
  • Another strength of this theory lies in its ability to be tested empirically.
  • Treat Empirically route also has its difficulties which have all come under wide debate and study.
  • Their decision was clearly arrived at empirically, entirely without method. Cited from Glimpses of Bengal, by Sir Rabindranath Tagore
  • The little bird, the little fish, the little animal learn not by principle, but empirically. Cited from Dracula, by Bram Stoker
  • The Egyptians knew empirically that a given power of two would only appear once in a number.
  • The two primary types of erosion models are process-based models and empirically based models.
  • There is no deep theory behind this construct -- it was chosen because it worked empirically.
  • They have to be assessed empirically for every new case under study.
  • Empirically supported programs exist for a variety of people seeking anger management.
  • How can or should we prove economic theories - for example, must every economic theory be empirically verifiable?
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Meaning of empirically

  • adverb In an empirical manner
    this can be empirically tested