from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to or derived from experience.
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- adj. Of, related to, encountered in, or derived from experience.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Derived from, or pertaining to, experience.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or having experience; derived from experience; empirical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or resulting from experience
- adj. derived from experience or the experience of existence
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I started using the term experiential marketing a few years ago, in a project I was doing for GoToPC, and then again last year in the “More Europe” project for OpenBC now Xing.
We are constantly told that consumers are interested in experiential wine education.
If you are interested in experiential travel, check out my new book, Life Is A Trip: The Transformative Magic of Travel.
As a student-led initiative, LEAP will provide an opportunity for Windsor law students to engage in experiential learning about issues surrounding oversight and racial profiling.
There's too much clutter in experiential terms, we're torn constantly by stimuli.
I feel a little more confident about long-term experiential branding success of the new concept store opened in Australia by eyewear designer and manufacturer Luxottica
If, as I tried to argue in the post, we would benefit from being a little bit more 'subjective' and 'experiential', is the payoff from agreeing on terms worth anything?
Then, after that unfortunate rebirth ends, if one is reborn as a human, for instance, that same earlier deed of killing can result in having a short life or in being subject to many illnesses; this is called an experiential effect.
Bill thinks that all books about education should include narratives about teaching and learning, and should be grounded in experiential, participatory events.
This perception of moral value is as firmly grounded in experiential data as any type of perception, such as visual perception.