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experimental

[ik-sper-uh-men-tl]
adjective
1.
pertaining to, derived from, or founded on experiment: an experimental science.
2.
of the nature of an experiment; tentative: The new program is still in an experimental stage.
3.
functioning as an experiment or used for experimentation: an experimental airplane.
4.
based on or derived from experience; empirical: experimental knowledge.
noun
5.
something that is experimental.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Medieval Latin experīmentālis. See experiment, -al1

experimentally, adverb
nonexperimental, adjective
nonexperimentally, adverb
postexperimental, adjective
preexperimental, adjective
pseudoexperimental, adjective
pseudoexperimentally, adverb
quasi-experimental, adjective
quasi-experimentally, adverb
semiexperimental, adjective
semiexperimentally, adverb
unexperimental, adjective
unexperimentally, adverb
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experimental (ɪkˌspɛrɪˈmɛntəl)
 
adj
1.  relating to, based on, or having the nature of experiment: an experimental study
2.  based on or derived from experience; empirical: experimental evidence
3.  tending to experiment: an experimental artist
4.  tentative or provisional: an experimental rule in football
 
experi'mentally
 
adv

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experimental
mid 15c., from experiment + -al (1). Experimental farm is recorded from 1792.
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