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What is the meaning of Find in English? What Find means? How do you use the word Find? What is another word for Find? What is the opposite of Find?

Similar Words: finds way, finds use, finds unfounded, finds unacceptable, finds the solution, finds the middle ground, finds the key, finds solution, finds outlet

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Word Example of - Find

Example Sentences for find

And when I find that which people tell me cannot be done, that I do--at once.

However, I find I am pretty sure of her consent, if I am put to it.

If you find it impossible to deal with us, there is no harm done.

You may stay in here in this grave for the Yankees to find if they capture Morro as they say they will.

I find this specimen growing in a cspitose manner on decayed wood.

"You will find a boat on the shore just in front of you," began the other.

Suppose I could not find an opportunity to escape with Jetta?

It took but a moment for him to find the shell, for he had seen it roll from the other's hand.

It is some years before we find another reference so definite.

We find ourselves in the midst of the struggle before we are aware.

Word Origin & History of - Find

    Word Origin & History

    find O.E. findan "come upon, alight on" (class III strong verb; past tense fand, pp. funden), from P.Gmc. *finthanan (cf. O.S. findan, O.N. finna, M.Du. vinden, Ger. finden, Goth. finþan), originally "to come upon," perhaps from PIE *pent- "to go, pass, path, bridge" (cf. O.H.G. fendeo "pedestrian," Skt. panthah "path, way," Avestan panta "way," Gk. pontos "open sea," L. pons (gen. pontis) "bridge," O.C.S. poti "path," peta "heel"). To find out to discover by scrutiny is from 1550s. The noun meaning "person or thing discovered" is from 1825, from the verb.

The Definition of - Find (noun)

    verb (used with object), found, finding.
    1.
    to come upon by chance; meet with:
    He found a nickel in the street.
    2.
    to locate, attain, or obtain by search or effort:
    to find an apartment; to find happiness.
    3.
    to locate or recover (something lost or misplaced):
    I can't find my blue socks.
    4.
    to discover or perceive after consideration:
    to find something to be true.
    5.
    to gain or regain the use of:
    His anger finally helped him find his tongue.
    6.
    to ascertain by study or calculation:
    to find the sum of several numbers.
    7.
    to feel or perceive:
    He finds it so.
    8.
    to become aware of, or discover (oneself), as being in a condition or location:
    After a long illness, he found himself well again. She woke to find herself at home.
    9.
    to discover:
    Columbus found America in 1492.
    10.
    Law.
    1. to determine after judicial inquiry:
      to find a person guilty.
    2. to pronounce as an official act (an indictment, verdict, or judgment).
    11.
    to provide or furnish:
    Bring blankets and we'll find the rest of the equipment for the trip.
    12.
    South Midland and Southern U.S. (of farm animals) to give birth to:
    The brown cow found a calf yesterday.
    verb (used without object), found, finding.
    13.
    to determine an issue after judicial inquiry:
    The jury found for the plaintiff.
    14.
    British Hunting. to come upon game.
    noun
    15.
    an act of finding or discovering.
    16.
    something found; a discovery, especially a valuable or gratifying one:
    Our cook was a find.
    17.
    Hunting. a discovery of game, especially foxes.
    Verb phrases
    18.
    find out,
    1. to discover or confirm the truth of (something).
    2. to detect or expose, as a crime or offense.
    3. to uncover the true nature, identity, or intentions of (someone):
      They found him out before he could launch the rebellion.
    Idioms
    19.
    find fault. fault (def 16).
    20.
    find oneself, to discover where one's real interests or talents lie, and follow them:
    After trying many occupations, he finally found himself and became an account executive.