Experimenting in a sentence

Definition of Experimenting

present participle of experiment | experimentation

How to use Experimenting in a Sentence?

  • As fast as money came in for early inventions it was spent in experimenting on other things.
  • Any faint notions I may have had of experimenting in that direction myself faded from view.
  • Reading and experimenting brought a freshness to his work that stimulated detours into untraveled paths.
  • Alongside of the main building there is a ring for experimenting upon machines actuated by a horse whim.
  • In 1856 we find him experimenting with light, and after that he turned to biological investigations.
  • In experimenting with this apparatus, the force and direction of the wind will be found to have considerable influence.
  • Yes, we have some experimenting to do in order to learn which stock will best serve for a certain variety.
  • In other words, experimenting in democratic organization in obtaining the necessities of life is an important next step.
  • He lay quietly for some time, experimenting with the slightest movements until he had managed to turn so that he could look about him.
  • A little experimenting would be necessary to determine the quantity of boiling water required to maintain the proper temperature.
  • I can tune in on any mind in the world, by experimenting up and down the vibration range to determine the susceptibility of the particular person.
  • At the lower levels, some of the natives seemed to be experimenting with a coating of wet leaves which they were molding to the wall.
  • This is largely because the price of pulp-wood is low, and the cost of experimenting with new materials is great with the results uncertain.
  • He was experimenting with two flat coils of wire, as had many others before him, but one of the coils had a small gap in it.
  • In common with other experimenters who were searching for the telephone, Bell was experimenting with a sort of musical telegraph.
  • I have just been experimenting on treacle, but it would take a man like your father to find what I am looking for.
  • In a story of two worldly young college girls experimenting with life and love, a subplot involves two of their friends, lesbians.
  • The mode of experimenting is as follows: The coil is slipped on over the magnet (or over its armature) to any desired position.
  • Caroline had the idea that he was watching her, and as it were experimenting with her, under the guise of the pleasant intimacy that had grown up between them.
  • Wallie was experimenting with a guitar, doubtless practicing some new tune to play in his part of Don Juan.
  • Has been successfully experimenting for a number of years with a staggered quadruplane, and has given the aviation world a number of valuable papers.
  • Several states are experimenting in one or more of these lines, and during the next few years we shall see a large development of this phase of agricultural education.
  • An ingenious mechanic can construct such a radiator, experimenting with the aid of an ammeter to ascertain the length of wire required for any given stove.
  • But steel pens sufficed him; save once, when I saw him, in a high mood, experimenting fantastically with a quill one.
  • And yet these things I have struggled with must be thought out, and, to begin with, they must be thought out in this muddled, experimenting way.

Short Example Sentence for Experimenting

  • Was she experimenting with herself?
  • We are always experimenting with them.
  • Wilcox is experimenting with his new airship.
  • Much careful experimenting has shown that it does not.
  • Much observation and experimenting is still required.
  • As proved by experimenting with a six-year-old child.
  • Cliff was no longer experimenting with the W-ray!
  • The Art of experimenting with Cheap and Simple Instruments.
  • Berlin manufacturers are experimenting in making clothing from nettles.
  • Too many music teachers learn their business by experimenting on beginners.
  • The young man spent much time experimenting with the transmission of sound.
  • To him, experimenting was an act of reverence, not a deed of idle curiosity.
  • The nature of the mark that Dick chose for experimenting upon was singular.
  • He'd only been experimenting up to the point when the war had started.
  • After Fortune Experimenting With New Ideas, but Died a Millionaire.

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