definition of experienced by The Free Dictionary

Many lost their lives that way; all of them experienced terrible falls, saving themselves by clutching branches as they fell toward the ground.

The convention, in delineating the boundary between the federal and State jurisdictions, must have experienced the full effect of them all.

And although this variety of interests, for reasons sufficiently explained in a former paper, may have a salutary influence on the administration of the government when formed, yet every one must be sensible of the contrary influence, which must have been experienced in the task of forming it.

At every step he experienced what a man would experience who, after admiring the smooth, happy course of a little boat on a lake, should get himself into that little boat.

He felt this from the agonizing sensation of division that he experienced at that instant.

She, recognizing that she was wrong, though she did not say so, became tenderer to him, and they experienced new, redoubled happiness in their love.

Yes, I have brought upon you calamities which never before in your humble, solitary life you had experienced. This tortures and exhausts me more than I can tell to think of.
It was not Napoleon alone who had experienced that nightmare feeling of the mighty arm being stricken powerless, but all the generals and soldiers of his army whether they had taken part in the battle or not, after all their experience of previous battles- when after one tenth of such efforts the enemy had fled- experienced a similar feeling of terror before an enemy who, after losing HALF his men, stood as threateningly at the end as at the beginning of the battle.
There is no nation which has not, at one period or another, experienced an absolute necessity of the services of particular men in particular situations; perhaps it would not be too strong to say, to the preservation of its political existence.
John of the Cross must have experienced when confronted with God.
Experienced undergraduate researchers note that successful CBR projects require realistic goals, realistic expectations and time frames, clear support systems, and the need for prior relevant student experience and skills to facilitate personal investment in the project (Willis et al., 2003).
While data clearly show that physician executives are able to transition from one health care sector to another, nearly 40 percent of these physician executives experienced obstacles.

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