Experiencing [verb]

Definition of Experiencing:

understand information

Opposite/Antonyms of Experiencing:

Sentence/Example of Experiencing:

The 22-year-old also has both basketball and life experience beyond many NBA rookies.

Despite that inconsistency, Winston has something that Hill lacks, namely five seasons’ worth of NFL starting experience.

Virginia, which has been running its Covidwise app since August, has the most experience.

It’s a Souls experience like we’ve never felt, heard or seen.

The small outpost of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, with just two floors and a handful of galleries, is currently showing several immersive installations that engage physical space in a way a digital experience cannot.

The experience inspired her memoir of insomnia — and its friends anxiety and existential despair.

Still, Carrillo — like nearly every labor advocate, researcher, consular official, immigration attorney and others interviewed for this story — was not surprised to learn about the experiences of the young Guatemalans.

He has some closer experience and often made multi-inning appearances with the Twins’ affiliates.

Today, the park can also be a crowded experience full of cars, restaurants, and selfie sticks.

This is a golden opportunity to experiment and have fun with events, and that’s going to lead to some thrilling experiences.