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across so as to meet or find, esp. by accident. [1/7 definitions]
add to find the total of (often fol. by "up"). [1/6 definitions]
Ariadne Cretan princess, daughter of King Minos, who gave Theseus the thread that enabled him to find his way out of the Labyrinth.
ask to pose a question in order to find out (something). [1/11 definitions]
autopsy a superficial and surgical examination of a corpse, usu. to find the cause of death. [1/2 definitions]
average to find the arithmetic mean of (a set of quantities). [1/9 definitions]
blame to find fault with; criticize sharply. [1/5 definitions]
carping inclined to find fault or complain.
convict to find (a person) guilty of a crime or misdemeanor, esp. after a legal proceeding. [1/3 definitions]
count1 to list or name (numbers or items) one by one in order to find the total. [2/10 definitions]
crack to figure out; find a solution to. [1/15 definitions]
critic one who tends to criticize and find faults. [1/3 definitions]
critical tending to make severe judgments or to find fault. [1/5 definitions]
criticize to find faults or flaws in. [2/4 definitions]
delight to take or find pleasure (usu. followed by "in"). [1/5 definitions]
descry to find or detect by means of close study or observation. [1/2 definitions]
dig out to find by searching.
discount to find the present value of (a sum to be paid or collected in the future). [1/11 definitions]
discover to find or see (something unknown) before anyone else. [2/3 definitions]
divine to find (a source of water) by use of a forked rod that is believed to be drawn toward the source. [1/12 definitions]
dumpster diving (slang) in North America, the practice of rummaging through trash to find useful items that have been discarded.