trial and error

  1. experimenting until a solution is found
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How To Use trial and error In A Sentence

  • We all recognise that we are still short of a few class players in key positions, but how else are we going to get them if not by trial and error.
  • Many drugs were found by trial and error.
  • The permutations are many, and take away the element of trial and error. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Minister for Finance is at best throwing money at problems in a totally unsystematic way, in trial and error methods.
  • They didn't know how to put in a central heating system, but they managed it by trial and error.
  • There weren't any zippers, buttons or catches he could find, so it was just a matter of trial and error.
  • It is not so much that one "composes" a story as one stumbles upon it by trial and error. Serendip's Exchange
  • By trial and error, and finally with the help of an expert cheesemaker, they learned the art of cheesemaking and now produce 30 kg of delicious cheese a month.
  • Behind virtually every significant performance breakthrough lies a trail of trial and error, qualified triumph, and failed experimentation.
  • Comparing with CAE and ordinary trial and error method used separately, presented method is more efficiency and can be hopefully find wide uses in practical industry.
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