explorer

[ ik-splawr-er, -splohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF explorer
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPLORER

He was an explorer, and soon after I was born he went on an expedition.

"Dixon," said Mrs. Barnett in a low voice which the explorer knew and obeyed.

The explorer of the Capitalist syndicate was still enthusiastic.

Patricia forgot her censorship as the spirit of the explorer rose in her.

I haven't even the thrill of the explorer, for I'm not the first one to see them.

The missionary has followed in the wake of the explorer and planted his stations.

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

Thus terminated the career of the explorer of the Mississippi.

Max had thought vaguely of the explorer as a man who must be growing old.

He rode forward to the side of the "Chief," as the explorer was called by his men.

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