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- adj. exploratory
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- adj. Exploratory.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Exploring; tending to explore; exploratory.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. serving in or intended for exploration or discovery
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Programs like this led also to what is called explorative CALL.
We're fortunate that MoMA was from the start collecting richly from this new and diverse generation, comprised as it is of imagists whom in being less dissident and cliched than their forerunners, show and explorative aptitude for the more nuanced and varied aspects of queer life.
Manchester Science Festival, ManchesterThis might be the season of superstition and spooks, but since science is more unbelievable, wondrous and scary than fiction, it's apt timing for Manchester's cornucopia of explorative events (more than 200 of them).
Readers continue to be delighted by Potter's rendition of the child -- mischievous, explorative and just a little bit naughty.
Being as goal-driven as I naturally was, what I would have really needed to bloom into a happy, balanced, emotionally confident young woman was a playful, supportive, explorative environment.
The intention I interpreted was to place cameras on a niche sport/culture that was damn fine on its own, but now belongs to a future where outsider paranoia has fallen into the cracks of sociological and geographic gaps fast-closing thanks to technology and a new explorative generation.
Gently explorative, he slid his hand from wrist to elbow and came to rest half way back.
In 1983, after sending letters to every Indian newspaper we could find, Adrian Louis, Professor William Dulaney of Penn State and I raised the money through the Gannett Foundation to invite any and all Indian journalists to come to an explorative meeting on the campus of Penn State to determine if there was enough support for an Indian journalist association.
On the one you hand you have the European movie that's explorative, experimental and breaking the boundaries.
Didactics researchers claim for years that explorative, constructive learning is the better way ….