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experience
Definition:
Something undergone, enjoyed, etc.

Synonyms:

noun
cognition
experience.
event
experience.
experience
background, feel, get, go through, have, know, live, practice, receive, savoir-faire, see, sophistication, time, undergo, wisdom, wit.
feeling
affection, agitation, ardor, emotion, feeling, feverishness, impression, mood, passion, response, sensation, sympathy, thrill, tingle.
happening, occurrence
adventure, affair, encounter, episode, event, incident, ordeal, test, trip.
knowledge
acquaintance, action, actuality, background, caution, combat, contact, empiricism, evidence, existence, exposure, intimacy, involvement, inwardness, judgment, know-how, maturity, observation, participation, patience, perspicacity, practicality, practice, proof, reality, savoir-faire, seasoning, sense, skill, sophistication, strife, struggle, training, trial, understanding, wisdom, worldliness, Doing, Familiarity, forebearance.
knowledgeableness
Familiarity.
lore
fable, lore, sayings, mythos.
maturity
maturation, matureness, mellowness, prime of life, ripeness, womanhood, full bloom, maturations, maturescence, postpubescence.
occurrence
happening.
qualification
Qualifiedness, what it takes.
retrospect
hindsight.
sagacity
in sight, perceptiveness, good judgment.
savvy
savvy, knowings.
skill
ability, acuity, adeptness, adroitness, aptitude, artfulness, capability, competence, craft, cunning, deftness, dexterity, expertise, facility, flair, genius, knack, know-how, mastery, proficiency, skill, talent, technique.
sound judgment
common sense.
verb
abide
abide, bear, continue, endure, go on, last, linger, persevere, persist, remain, suffer, tarry, tolerate, undergo, put up with.
change
experience, have.
cognition
experience, know, live.
feel
feel, finger, fumble, grope, handle, probe, respond, sense, touch.
happening
episode.
observe
meet with.
perception
experience, get, go through, have, receive, see.
Examples of usage:
  1. But the experience gave her an idea. – Superwomen by Albert Payson Terhune
  2. Besides, to- day's experience would be new to him. – The Puppet Crown by Harold MacGrath
  3. I had just had an experience of what those palace women could do. – Caves of Terror by Talbot Mundy
  4. " You haven't the time- or the experience- to fit this place up," said Norman. – The Grain Of Dust A Novel by David Graham Phillips
  5. What an experience yours must have been! – Harley Greenoak's Charge by Bertram Mitford

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