Examples of exploration in a Sentence
a topic for scholarly exploration
the early exploration of the West
early explorations of the West
Recent Examples of exploration from the Web
That curiosity about the layout of Seattle streets recently sent me on a mad sketch-walk exploration of Madison Street.
Each story is a trenchant exploration of race and class, vividly conveying the tension between social codes of masculinity and the vulnerable, volatile self.
The Philadelphia Citizen’s profile on Stuart Leon is also a deft exploration of tensions between the city and bike riders.
While that was his culinary mission, the episode unraveled as a thoughtful exploration of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The result is a full-bodied exploration of Hawaii’s ecology, which captured O’Keeffe’s imagination back in 1939 and continues to mesmerize travelers to this day.
Those things can have positive effects (makeup can be a means of self-expression; skincare can be a communal exploration).
The Explorium unveils a new hands-on traveling exhibit that kicks off a season-long exploration where both children and adults can explore what's around them.
Novelist John Edgar Wideman, a giant of American literature, unveils American Histories, a detailed exploration of the making of self and the world around us.
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EXPLORATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exploration for English Language Learners
: the act of exploring something
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