pertaining to or derived from experience.

1640–50; < Medieval Latin experientiālis. See experience, -al1

experientially, adverb
nonexperiential, adjective
nonexperientially, adverb
transexperiential, adjective
unexperiential, adjective
unexperientially, adverb
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experiential (ɪkˌspɪərɪˈɛnʃəl)
philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical

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Word Origin & History

1816, from L. experientia (see experience) + -al (1).
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Example sentences
No doubt about it, the body-mind is intricate and experiential.
For time immemorial, humanity has strived to have an intimate relationship with
  this alternate experiential reality.
Jaynes was denying that people had experiential phenomenal consciousness based
  on a claim about inflated self-consciousness.
Experiential reports from participants can be as slippery as magic mushroom
  trips themselves.
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