Exploratory [adjective]

Definition of Exploratory:

introductory, initial

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Sentence/Example of Exploratory:

The following bits of journalism are more exploratory than hard-hitting.

Campa-Najjar, who had formed an exploratory committee, announced earlier this week that he believed the district should be represented by a woman of color after also releasing polling showing he was the leading Democrat in the race.

This is more of an exploratory technique, so test yourself and try finding what feels good to you.

Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer took the next stop in his long, drawn-out flirtation with a run for governor of California by announcing Monday that he’s formed an exploratory committee for a bid.

Essentially, they think an ancestral archaeon began reaching into the world around it and associating with bacteria through these exploratory blebs of membrane.

Just months after launching in 2017, TechCrunch reported that Anduril was interested in “real-time battlefield awareness for soldiers on the ground and headquarters alike,” which sounds quite a bit like the company’s exploratory new defense work.

Only one well has ever been drilled in the area, so new drilling would be purely exploratory and have a lower chance of success than in better-studied areas.

From this exploratory trip, the boats returned to their newly named harbour of Brest, on the 13th.

It is the last book to which he should return at the close of his exploratory voyages.

In the latter case paring becomes necessary as an exploratory means to diagnosis.