exploration

[ ek-spluh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exploration

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPLORATION

But he had also done a great thing for exploration in changing the modus operandi.

In close connexion with the Survey and Lands Department is the topic of exploration.

Now I'm going on a tour of exploration and noisy admiration.

This drive is an excellent preparation for an exploration of the Lozre.

Authority in matters religious is being superseded by exploration.

Then I proceeded to go from room to room with a delicious sense of exploration.

I had plenty of capital and could well afford to spend some of it in exploration.

It was about Arctic exploration and an expedition he had joined in search of Franklin.

But with all their care in exploration, not the slightest trace could be found.

They were sent in as if for an exploration rather than for an armed landing.

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