As this collection proves, she has gotten stronger and stranger with age—an experimentalist hidden behind a household name.
Here again, it is doubtful whether a right answer will convince the experimentalist, bent on turning lead into gold.
The answer of the experimentalist is, 'Endeavour to make it useful.'
No experimentalist was ready with any new departure in the art.
Faraday said that the experimentalist's answer was, "Endeavour to make it useful."
Weissmann's eyes glowed with the quenchless zeal of the experimentalist.
And further there is the experimentalist himself to be taken into account.
But perhaps of all writers Cowper is the most habitually what may be termed an experimentalist in poetry.
I had no wish to be known as a disputant or an experimentalist.
So it is with hybrids, for hybrids in successive generations are eminently liable to vary, as every experimentalist has observed.