experiment

All Noun Verb
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  • He has decided to use her as the next subject of his experiments.
  • Several other young women and girls also sometimes shared his bed as part of his experiments.
  • The image to the right shows the set up for these experiments.
  • There were ten other experiments that the crew performed during the mission.
  • But it is not known if any experiment based on this idea has been ever achieved.
  • One native even described it as a social and political experiment.
  • He conducted many live animal experiments after his tour of duty.
  • Further experiments were successful and the three started to present their work at meetings.
  • Experiments have shown that neither circuit offers any marked performance advantage over the other.
  • It was during this time he started experimenting playing on his own.
  • Thirty or so years ago, some American artists started experimenting with the form.
  • See that N/n is just the average number of trials per experiment.
  • The experiment seemed to work better on a wooden table than a marble table top.
  • He spent many hours each day learning and experimenting with various techniques.
  • This can reduce the cost and the labor associated with of large scale experiments.
  • His experiment involved slow light as well as passing light through a vacuum.
  • The experiment was not a success, although the reasons are not recorded.
  • These results inspired him to take on with the work and so he started a series of long-term animal experiments.
  • Several experiments have been proposed to search for this process.
  • The experiment even created a small amount of ice, but had no practical application at that time.
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Meaning of experiment

  • noun The act of conducting a controlled test or investigation
  • noun The testing of an idea
    it was an experiment in living, not all experimentation is done in laboratories
  • noun A venture at something new or different
    as an experiment he decided to grow a beard
  • verb To conduct a test or investigation
    We are experimenting with the new drug in order to fight this disease
  • verb Try something new, as in order to gain experience
    Students experiment sexually, The composer experimented with a new style