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find US English

Discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly

find US Thesaurus

I found the book I wanted

feel one's legs US English

Become able to stand or walk

find God US English

Experience a religious conversion or awakening

find for US English

(Of a court) make a decision in favor of or judge to be innocent

find-spot US English

The place where an object is found

find fault US English

Make an adverse criticism or objection, sometimes unfairly or destructively

find favor US English

Be liked or prove acceptable

find against US English

(Of a court) make a decision against or judge to be guilty

find a way US English

Discover a means of obtaining one’s object

find one's feet US English

Stand up and become able to walk

find its level US English

(Of a liquid) reach the same height in containers that are interconnected

find someone out US English

Detect a person’s offensive or immoral actions

find something out US English

Discover a fact

find one's level US English

(Of a person) reach a position or competency that seems appropriate and natural in relation to one’s associates

find one's tongue US English

Be able (or unable) to express oneself after a shock

find oneself in find US English

Discover oneself to be in a surprising or unexpected situation

find one's way in find US English

Reach one’s destination by one’s own efforts, without knowing in advance how to get there

lacking US English

Deficient or inadequate

wanting US English

Lacking in a certain required or necessary quality

expression US English

The process of making known one’s thoughts or feelings

scratch a —— and find a —— US English

Used to suggest that an investigation of someone or something soon reveals their true nature

around US English

Used to convey an ability to navigate or orient oneself

find God in find US English

Experience a religious conversion or awakening

find for in find US English

(Of a court) make a decision in favor of or judge to be innocent

echo US English

A close parallel or repetition of an idea, feeling, style, or event

find fault in fault US English

Make an adverse criticism or objection, sometimes unfairly or destructively

find favor in find US English

Be liked or prove acceptable

find against in find US English

(Of a court) make a decision against or judge to be guilty

find someone out in find US English

Detect a person’s offensive or immoral actions

find a way in way US English

Discover a means of obtaining one’s object

find it in one's heart to do something US English

Allow or force oneself to do something

find one's feet in find US English

Stand up and become able to walk

feel one's legs in leg US English

Become able to stand or walk

find its level in level US English

(Of a liquid) reach the same height in containers that are interconnected

find one's level in level US English

(Of a person) reach a position or competency that seems appropriate and natural in relation to one’s associates

find one's tongue in tongue US English

Be able (or unable) to express oneself after a shock

be in a minority of one US English

Be the sole person to be in favor of or against something

find out in find US Thesaurus

let us know what you find out about the theft


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