Dr Homles has....... experience in teaching. (massive_impressive_value_available) 

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Apart from the quantifiers David proposed, here are the adjectives suggested by the Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English, 2nd edition. Considering that "experience" is used as a non-count noun, I'd go for any of the adjectives on the first line: considerable extensive great long vast wide

experience noun
1 knowledge/skill obtained by seeing / doing sth
adjective
considerable , extensive , great , long , vast , wide
limited , little
companies with limited ~ in the field
good , invaluable , valuable
She didn't get paid much but it was all good ~.
relevant
Both candidates for the presidency were short of relevant ~.
previous , prior
Do you have any previous ~ of this type of work?
direct , first-hand , hands-on , practical , real , real-world
the importance of hands-on ~ as well as academic training
professional , work
clinical , teaching
field ( esp. AmE )
Students require field ~ rather than just observation.
combat
[...]
2 the things that have happened to you
adjective
past
We're in for a difficult couple of weeks, if past ~ is anything to go by.
recent
historical
direct , first-hand , hands-on , lived , personal
She has brought personal ~ to bear on her analyses of business history.
vicarious
I love reading: I have an insatiable appetite for vicarious ~.
subjective
Experience is subjective and very hard to measure.
common , shared
his peers, with whom he shares the common ~ of being black in a white society
common
It is a matter of common ~ that disorder will increase if things are left to themselves.
daily , everyday
Choose illustrative examples from the children's everyday ~.
human
There are few areas of human ~ that have not been written about.
sensory
[...]
3 event/activity that affects you
adjective
enjoyable , exhilarating , good , great , interesting , memorable , pleasant , positive , rewarding , rich , unforgettable , valuable , wonderful
bad , harrowing , negative , painful , traumatic , unnerving , unsettling
I had a bad ~ with fireworks once.
hair-raising , nerve-racking
a hair-raising ~ of white-water rafting
emotional
humbling , salutary ( BrE ) , sobering
personal , subjective
collective , common , shared
The use of drama can motivate students by allowing them to share a common ~.
common
It is a common ~ to feel that an author writes well, without being able to say why.
unique
overall , whole
He found the whole ~ traumatic.
real-life
past
childhood , early , formative
Early ~s shape the way we deal with crises in later life.
educational , learning
sensory
listening , viewing
user
The goal is to enhance the user ~ on computing devices.
mystical , religious , spiritual , visionary
psychic
sexual
his first sexual ~
cultural
near-death
out-of-body
[...]
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Last edited by Gustavo, Contributor

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