Recent Examples of exploratory from the Web
Gunn’s guitars are kept afloat by his partner’s exploratory rumble; the piece is less concerned with narrative than with casting a mood of restless wandering.
Amazon has held early exploratory discussions to buy Flipkart, the newspaper reported citing unidentified people, who said a deal with Walmart is more likely to go through.
The traveling barman learned this technique during an exploratory agave trip to Oaxaca, Mexico.
The Brazilian artist Erika Verzutti is in her late 40s, but her work exudes the exploratory energy of youth, mellowed by older, wiser emotional warmth, especially in her unusual combination of materials.
You'll be smitten by adventure and ready to begin a love affair with all things exploratory.
The three-hour exploratory class welcomes all ages and levels of painters.
Costs are estimated at $200 million for the initial exploratory road to just under $500 million to construct the final 2-lane private industrial road.
Even if offshore oil and gas reserves prove to be low, a lease could lead to the exploratory seismic testing.
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Definition of exploratory for English Language Learners
: done or created to find something or to learn more about something
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