Definition of "exploration" []

  • The act or an instance of exploring: Arctic exploration; exploration of new theories. (noun)
  • The act or process of exploring (noun)

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  • Examination of an organ or part for diagnostic purposes (noun)
  • An organized trip into unfamiliar regions, esp for scientific purposes; expedition (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "exploration" in a sentence
  • "The Empire of Phil Dick's exegesis and of this exploration is a morphological system that hierarchises the symbols of myth and in doing so hierarchises the metaphysical relationships they manifest."
  • ""This is a short-term exploration which is going to be completed in a few months.""
  • "A NASA spokesman said the agency wants a "long-term exploration initiative that is affordable, sustainable, and achievable," while avoiding past mistakes "so that America's leadership in space is never jeopardized.""