Lest anyone mistake the exploration of concepts here for any sort of advocacy for violence, he or she has missed the point.
The truth that is accessible only through the exploration of ideas is no longer in fashion.
The human desire for knowledge and exploration is an absolute good, and we need to follow that instinct.
“It is not all pleasure this exploration,” he wrote in agony a week before he died.
There are risks that you take because they are important—because exploration is important.
When the lights of Malton glimmer in the valley this day of exploration is at an end, and much of the Wold country has been seen.
In close connexion with the Survey and Lands Department is the topic of exploration.
He rode through the coulee without seeing a single cow and an exploration lasting over an hour resulted no better.
Authority in matters religious is being superseded by exploration.
Soon after this exploration it was settled that here Saint Francis should have his mission.
exploration ex·plo·ra·tion (ěk'splə-rā'shən)
An active examination, usually involving endoscopy or a surgical procedure, to determine conditions present as an aid in diagnosis.