explore[ ik-splawr, -splohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF explore
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPLORE
I long to live so that I can explore what is no less than a new world to me.
Five of us put off in a boat to explore—that is the last that I can recall.
He crawled into it with a leaping heart and began to explore.
Collecting my courage I set about to explore my surroundings.
Come, Clara; I want to explore the penetralia of this temple of Isis.'
The passage must lead somewhere, and it was large enough for her to explore it!
The doctor, Altamont, and Bell determined to explore the country.
During their absence Hatteras was to explore the coast and take their bearings.
Here there was much to explore, though an adult might not have thought twice about it.
The aggressive Martians would be only too glad to explore the Moon.