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noun as in hiking

noun as in seeking

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Currently, the only spacecraft exploring Venus is Japan’s Akatsuki orbiter, which arrived in 2015 to study the planet’s climate and weather.

As an SEO agency, you can focus on your core mission or, as seen before, explore other complementary services in-house.

The least you can do is add a description, business hours, and photos, but there are many more cool features to explore.

Bencsik led a team at Nottingham Trent University in England that explored these bee sounds.

That focus on the consumer has prompted brands to explore new digital frontiers like TikTok and Instagram Reels, meeting the consumer where they live online and finding the right tone and language for those spaces.

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And, thanks to a transparent hull, exploring the deep and spotting rare marine life is practically a cinch.

And it might be easiest of all imagining him “exploring” a candidacy for a while and then deciding the hell with it.

This season is all about monitoring posture, scrutinizing sun exposure, even exploring the health of a pet.

New York City at the time, according to McBride, attracts men and women who are exploring and expressing their sexual difference.

Exploring the pangs of this tumultuous relationship is what most attracted Kent to this project.

What joker thought that would be a good name for an exploring ship I can't imagine, but it always happens that way.

Ships did little exploring in the Belt now—plenty of untouched rocks there but nothing really unknown.

The exploring party started slowly down the rusty track, with the dog hopping happily on three legs.

Not altogether by accident; he had come up exploring, to see if there were any signs of Val's return.

Phyllis stumbled wildly over something and shrieked madly as her exploring fingers came in contact with something cold and hard.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exploring, such as: backpacking, null, marching, rambling, walking, and wandering.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.