1 He had indeed begun to wonder if it might not be wise to send some one out to explore the garden paths.
2 Then Tom hid himself away in a shady nook to sleep till noon, and the other pirates got ready to fish and explore.
3 He wanted to explore its borders, but concluded that it would be best to sit down and rest awhile, first.
4 It would be better to explore some of these than bear the weight of the heavy time in idleness.
5 He proposed to explore another passage.
6 The phallos alone could explore it.
7 Let us now explore the parts which lie behind it.
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8 From there I should explore every hut upon the moor until I lighted upon the right one.
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9 Upon that machine,' said the Time Traveller, holding the lamp aloft, 'I intend to explore time.
10 This difference in aspect suggested a difference in use, and I was minded to push on and explore.
11 Only the trained diver can go down into those depths and explore them and come to the surface again.
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12 I knew he had left the castle now, and thought to use the opportunity to explore more than I had dared to do as yet.
13 She was about to explore another life with Frank.
14 When he sees the clear sky quite unbroken, he gives from the stern his shrill signal; we disencamp and explore the way, and spread the wings of our sails.
15 Up then, and, glad with the first sunbeam, let us explore and search all abroad from our harbour, what is the country, who its habitants, where is the town of the nation.