verb (used with object), ex·pe·ri·enced, ex·pe·ri·enc·ing.
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White people may recognize what Black and other people of color experience, “but you don’t really know how it feels, and you can’t know how it feels.”When Black Lives Matter protests come to “Copland”|Anna North|July 9, 2020|Vox
For me, the experience of going to this lodge where you can just walk outside at night and see the aurora from anywhere on the property — including the hot tub — was really amazing.
It was the first time I viscerally experienced the lie that was “separate but equal.”These 5 numbers tell you everything you need to know about racial disparities in health care|matthewheimer|July 8, 2020|Fortune
I will also ready my company’s more than 240 clients, who are of mixed ages, genders, fitness levels, and experience.How to Plan a Successful Backpacking Trip in 7 Steps|Andrew Skurka|July 8, 2020|Outside Online
British Dictionary definitions for experience
- the totality of characteristics, both past and present, that make up the particular quality of a person, place, or people
- the impact made on an individual by the culture of a people, nation, etcthe American experience
- the content of a perception regarded as independent of whether the apparent object actually existsCompare sense datum
- the faculty by which a person acquires knowledge of contingent facts about the world, as contrasted with reason
- the totality of a person's perceptions, feelings, and memories