Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Employed in or designed for exploration: as, exploring parties.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Employed in, or designed for, exploration.

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  • noun The action of the verb explore.
  • verb Present participle of explore.

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Examples

  • I have to use the term exploring rather loosely, as I was rather sick yesterday and my “exploring” mostly consisted of trying to forage for necessities.

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  • I have to use the term exploring rather loosely, as I was rather sick yesterday and my “exploring” mostly consisted of trying to forage for necessities.

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  • It's what we call exploring a bottom to this market.

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  • Spent some time this afternoon in soundlab, which is what I call exploring the gear I have and the interactions of the pieces: not specifically working on a melody or composition, but exploring what I can do with the gear I have.

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  • Clinton was not specific about what the emissaries - Mideast experts Daniel Shapiro of the National Security Council and Jeffrey Feltman of the State Department - would seek to achieve in Damascus, beyond what she called exploring issues of concern to the United States.

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  • Clinton was not specific about what the U.S. emissaries _ Mideast experts Daniel Shapiro of the National Security Council and Jeffrey Feltman of the State Department _ would seek to achieve in Damascus, beyond what she called exploring issues of concern to the United States.

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  • Clinton was not specific about what the emissaries - Mideast experts Daniel Shapiro of the National Security Council and Jeffrey Feltman of the State Department - would seek to achieve in Damascus, beyond what she called exploring issues of concern to the United States.

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  • DCU executive editor Dan DiDio has announced a new title exploring the concept of superhero legacies.

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  • Clinton was not specific about what the U.S. emissaries - Mideast experts Daniel Shapiro of the National Security Council and Jeffrey Feltman of the State Department - would seek to achieve in Damascus, beyond what she called exploring issues of concern to the United States.

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  • Clinton was not specific about what the U.S. emissaries - Mideast experts Daniel Shapiro of the National Security Council and Jeffrey Feltman of the State Department - would seek to achieve in Damascus, beyond what she called exploring issues of concern to the United States.

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