With the exception of Bruce Dern, everybody had experimented with the drug and chimed in with script ideas.
They have experimented with new products and have invested millions into aggressive marketing and promotion.
He experimented boldly without much regard for precedent or the status quo.
He once experimented with dressing as “Hilda the Wicked Witch” as a way to expand his business to Halloween.
After high school, Bourdain went to Vassar for a couple of years, experimented with drugs and dropped out.
Some such exercises have already been experimented with, and others might be devised.
He had experimented, finding that even the charge of a khada was harmless to him.
There followed for Parkinson hours of nightmare agony, while the Venerians experimented with his living body.
Consequently it can only be observed, and not experimented upon.
She had not experimented to an authoritative extent with the desert pickles.
mid-14c., from Old French esperment "practical knowledge, cunning, enchantment; trial, proof, example, lesson," from Latin experimentum "a trial, test, proof, experiment," noun of action from experiri "to test, try" (see experience).
late 15c., from experiment (n.). Related: Experimented; experimenting.
experiment ex·per·i·ment (ĭk-spěr'ə-mənt)
A test under controlled conditions that is made to demonstrate a known truth, to examine the validity of a hypothesis, or to determine the efficacy of something previously untried.
The process of conducting such a test; experimentation.
An innovative act or procedure.
The result of experimentation.
To conduct an experiment.
To try something new, especially in order to gain experience.
A test or procedure carried out under controlled conditions to determine the validity of a hypothesis or make a discovery. See Note at hypothesis.