Thesaurus / explorer
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An explorer or surveyor properly equipped for his work need never return empty-handed.

It was near here that McClintock, the explorer, was frozen in for an entire year; but the weather continued unusually mild.

The Greater RepublicCharles Morris

The explorer has never shot a lion, though he has tracked a good many of them.

The tide carried the explorer away and eventually washed him ashore on the neck of a policeman.

The Brighton RoadCharles G. Harper

Every explorer of unknown scenes must make up his mind to endure hardships.

He is better known as soldier, adventurer, sailor, and explorer.

One Irish SummerWilliam Eleroy Curtis

The purposes, methods, and results of this classification should be familiar to every explorer.

For some hundreds of yards it led upward in a sharp incline; and with its added steepness, the ardor of the explorer warmed.

The MysticsKatherine Cecil Thurston

For a year he had been an explorer rather than a missionary.

From Pole to PoleSven Anders Hedin

Again a chance hunter was forcibly put into the canoe as guide; and the explorer pushed on for another month.

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