reexplore

verb
re·ex·plore | \ (ˌ)rē-ik-ˈsplȯr \
variants: or re-explore
reexplored or re-explored; reexploring or re-exploring

Definition of reexplore 

transitive verb

: to explore (something) again Starting Monday, scientists plan to reexplore the cavern, dig and extract as many fossils over a two-week period as possible. —Associated Press [He] had always hoped that he would be given an opportunity to reexplore some of the issues, particularly with the female characters on the show. —Bryan Fuller

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reexploration \(ˌ)rē-ˌek-splə-ˈrā-shən, -ˌsplȯ- \ or re-exploration noun plural reexplorations or re-explorations
… seek a reexploration of three basic principles of cinematic art: light, time, and space. —Frank E. Beaver

First Known Use of reexplore

circa 1725, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of reexplore was circa 1725

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