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Synonyms for find

Synonyms for find

to find or meet by chance

to look for and discover

to obtain knowledge or awareness of something not known before, as through observation or study

something that has been discovered

Synonyms for find

a productive insight

come upon, as if by accident

discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of

come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds

get something or somebody for a specific purpose

obtain through effort or management

decide on and make a declaration about


receive a specified treatment (abstract)

perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place

get or find back

succeed in reaching

accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation


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55 million worth of products in the event that the WTO's dispute-settlement panel finds against the U.
However, one staff member said: ``We've all been told if the Competition Commission finds against us then our jobs could go immediately.
Reading archival finds against known evidence about other presses, Bernstein treats us to a walking tour of Scotto's print shop, showing its organization into two labor forces operating simultaneously two presses, each supervised by a head compositor and including an apprentice or journeyman, two compositors, and two pressmen, whose work was reviewed by a proofreader (the highest-ranking person in the shop).
In short then, if the High Court finds against the RCA, most people will feel it has effectively found against the Jockey Club - and that must surely call into question the remaining role in racing of the self-perpetuating oligarchy that ruled the sport unchallenged until the formation of the BHB.
One said last night: ``We've all been told if the Competition Commission finds against us then our jobs could go immediately.