(ks*p`r*n"shl), a. Derived from, or pertaining to, experience. Coleridge.
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It is called empirical or experiential . . . because it is given to us by experience or observation, and not obtained as the result of inference or reasoning.
Sir. W. Hamilton.

-- Ex*pe`ri*en"tial*ly, adv. Dr. H. More.
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