Antonyms for prospecting

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The one who afterwards gave the name of Dunn, answered, 'Prospecting a little.'

“Prospecting” is generally taken to mean searching for gold.

Prospecting his needs is part of your job as a salesman of yourself.

Prospecting of the sort they did, besides proving unfruitful, is not comfortable.

"Prospecting trips" is the name Edwards gives to his frequent journeys to the publishing center of the country.

Prospecting for alluvial gold at shallow depths is a comparatively easy process, requiring no great amount of technical knowledge.

Prospecting the higher slopes, silver ore was discovered, and a host of miners came in, and began digging on all the hills.

Prospecting of the bed has proved very satisfactory, and the shares in the company's stock have sold at a high rate.

Prospecting parties swarmed out of town with the first flush of dawn, and swarmed in again at nightfall laden with spoil—rocks.

Prospecting for his illusion, his last journey was over the Peruvian Andes into Colombia.

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