Viz., experimentally: since no one in this life can see a spirit.
experimentally the eyeball can be made to burst by tying all the venous outlets from it.
As his eyes looked into hers he smiled, faintly, experimentally, in humble adoration.
He politely tendered his open snuff-box, of which I partook, experimentally.
The style is still that of the First Period but modified, experimentally as it were, to suit new conditions.
This was experimentally confirmed, and is in unison with other facts.
The velocity of light was experimentally found, in 1862, by Fizeau and Foucault, each using an independent method.
experimentally Ramsay tried to move his legs, and found that he could do so.
Pillbot glanced overhead nervously, then experimentally slid a font down the projection.
This has been experimentally demonstrated by the commission.