having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation
Having experience and skill in a subject.
Etymology: From experience + -ed.
Etymology: From experience + -ed.
taught by practice or by repeated observations; skillful or wise by means of trials, use, or observation; as, an experienced physician, workman, soldier; an experienced eye
Verb form of the word experience.
They experienced beautiful feelings of joy when they arrived at their house knowing they were going to confirm their wedding plans that week and communicate them to their families with love, unity, joy and peace.Submitted by MaryC on April 5, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'experienced' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2853
Rank popularity for the word 'experienced' in Adjectives Frequency: #584
The numerical value of experienced in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of experienced in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
His was a life which lacked, perhaps, the sublimer emotions which raised Man to the level of the gods, but it was undeniably an extremely happy one. He never experienced the thrill of ambition fulfilled, but, on the other hand, he never knew the agony of ambition frustrated....
They are experienced. They know their facilities, what valves to turn. Their response time is much quicker, and they can easily resolve problems when units flare up, the companies have certainly shown they are capable of running the refineries, but over time, as more upsets occur, they will likely not be handled as quickly.
The accusations that I was in the ‘ inner circle ’ or recruited women as ‘ sex slaves ’ are blatantly false, during my time, I never experienced any illegal or nefarious activity. I am horrified and disgusted by what has come out about DOS.
There are shortages of staff in some of the countries, experienced staff are not always easy to come by.
It's being in a state of hyper-alertness and being on guard for what's coming next, one researcher felt there was an educationally-induced post-traumatic stress disorder found in numerous kids who had experienced corporal punishment in schools.
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