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experiential

[ ik-speer-ee-en-shuhl ]

adjective

  1. pertaining to or derived from experience.


experiential

/ ɪkˌspɪərɪˈɛnʃəl /

adjective

  1. philosophy relating to or derived from experience; empirical


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Derived Forms

  • exˌperiˈentially, adverb

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Other Words From

  • ex·peri·ential·ly adverb
  • nonex·peri·ential adjective
  • nonex·peri·ential·ly adverb
  • transex·peri·ential adjective
  • unex·peri·ential adjective
  • unex·peri·ential·ly adverb

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Word History and Origins

Origin of experiential1

From the Medieval Latin word experientiālis, dating back to 1640–50. See experience, -al 1

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Example Sentences

Of course, TikTok doesn’t account for a large portion of most marketers’ ad budgets, as it’s still early days for the platform and many haven’t moved TikTok out of the experiential bucket.

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They include experiential stores, which debuted in Chicago last year, with gym and cafe features.

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This explanation of moral knowledge fits well with a plausible theory of our knowledge of consciousness, providing a unified account of both moral and experiential knowledge.

Because we don’t want to annoy people using these platforms, whether its Snapchat or TikTok, we spend a lot of time thinking about the portfolio of content that will work in those more experiential settings.

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For many agencies, especially those in experiential spaces, for example, there is simply not a lot of work.

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It was a complex task they were asked to do, and every cultural and experiential advantage would be required.

Sex, then, is not wholly experiential but at least partially transactional.

As pioneers of experiential art, the duo wanted to blur the lines between reality and cartoonish fantasy.

AFAR media has just announced the launch of its annual “Experiential Travel Awards.”

The biggest issue seemed to be the experiential gap between them.

He must combine the elements of his past experiential complexes into a mental picture of future events as he would have them.

Harry, I have always believed that experiential lessons were the only ones of much value.

Once again, you practice the technique of visual-imagery, tapping your experiential background for this feeling.

Not just any words, but words which "ring a bell" or tap the experiential background of the subject.

The genetic content is experiential; the developed concept, judgment, or inference is in form notic.

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