Common misspellings for find:
frined, frinday, fiendly, fornd, foundd, fiands, figidy, fianl, founde, forwned, fundig, fecned, goind, feild, boyfiend, ifant, fened, findy, finfd, founnd, defeind, freind, befind, efined, fobid, frint, firdt, frind, ffiord, cind, fundy, firned, faied, frinde, filnd, sivonda, ifound, fid, kindo, fing, fibnd, doind, surfind, tind, finil, efind, fpund, figid, foubnd, ahnd, forwand, finind, fild, finda, founud, findin, piund, freindy, findme, founld, figude, boyfirned, kinnd, fimnd, vinod, faned, fimd, fwwd, finyl, jind, friiend, fione, afend, freiend, fund, faund, fionca, funto, faound, dfound, flind, cinda, forand, findf, ferind, fiind, finnd, fied, finihed, froint, firend, ffound, fendor, avoind, friuend, refind, findsigh, fianc, foudn, knind, finf, fine, lind, ufind, firiend, fnite, finge, affend, findo, cindi, find, difend, singd, fandome, fon't, fondu, fencd, friennd, founbd, fiine, frand, frend, finoa, fnd, finaced, ofind, finte, fallind, foind, fppd, frund, fiing, kinda, fendly, gind, finsihd, fierd, finit, ind, feriend, fina, fiwld, freinnd, defind, finew, finate, nindey, kaind, fanta, ifnd, finsed, rfund, finded, gniod, faing, frriend, ofund, fidnd, fnie, finde, finl, fiekd, flund, affond, fouond, fnnd, fint, fanit, finbe, fuond, girnd, foing, foound, fouund, fingerd, finw, biund, gined, finbd, frenid, govinda, mind, finidh, kind, ffine, fiund, fized, nindy, fingd, frrend, finan, frioend, finr, fernado, fwnd, firday, ninedy, finesed, sofend, fianted, wind, rfiend, frienad, nind, founmd, fineand, finied, feelind, forned, founfd, foiund, firnd, fauond, finih, kkind, kuind, friand, pind, fixd, rufund, fainty, fiunder, figned, fwund, youfound, fiened, fonde, findly, finids, faaint, fownd, tofind, fandago, nfind, freand, fiand, flinged, fingur, fasend, fente, findout, ferint, fahioned, fintie, safeand, movind, fifed, findyou, fiood, funnd, fiied, siound, afind, fiked, fingold, finsied, fhand, fient, finsd, finn, savind, finget, fisaud, faind, finden, founed, fised, lifeand, finete, funnt, dind, finlad, finad, fruint, funed, youfind, davind, finebut, findig, fundi, fraind, finid, fintite, fonldy, finai, findi, fidn, firnds, faciad, firng, figerd, fland, fiegned, funda, finast, fiid, figed, pfind, foned, finy, furnt, facined, fowned, ffriend, funsd, fineif, fkuid, fained, foundy, foungd, feined, kindu, fonund, friwnd, fgind, fittd, offiend, fini, bindi, efient, fiond, finced, firld, fibd, fournd, findd, feind, havind, furnd, feedind, fingind, fireand, fuinds, findn, ffod, findit, fiound, fonnd, kiind, refuind, frieind, findthe, fuind, thind, wifeand, faceand, finee, fouind, fowend, frieend, fird, fonud, kinid, fived, fantay, sind, feing, finen, find't, foundi, fand, feignt, fuine, dfind, fouynd, jined, finak, ofend, givind, ffind, rafund, fopund, fanct, findon, fnid, defnd, boyfirnd, dfined, diand, finated, feeinig, fendi, fidio, filend, findt, finmd, flnd, ifind, folund, fouound, ffiend, freaind, frieand, frreind, feindly, girfiend, fendra, kind'a, cindy, refiund, uined, tindy, vind, finc h, fjnd, fknd, f9nd, f8nd, fijd, finx, fdind, cfind, fcind, vfind, fvind, gfind, tfind, ftind, rfind, fjind, fijnd, fkind, fiknd, f9ind, fi9nd, f8ind, fi8nd, finjd, fihnd, finhd, finds, finxd, findx, fincd, findc, finrd, findr, fynd, fhnd, fi.d, fiod, fayend, feyend, f ind, fi nd, fin d.
Definition of find:
- To discover; to determine; to ascertain and declare. To announce a conclusion,as the result of judicial investigation, ui>on a disputed fact or state of facts; as ajury are said to " find a will." To determine a controversy in favor of one of the parties;as a jury " find for the plaintiff." State v. Bulkeley, 01 Conn. 2S7, 23 Atl. 180, 14 L. R. A.657; Weeks v. Trask, 81 Me. 127, 16 Atl. 413, 2 L. R. A. 532; Southern Bell Tel., etc., Co. v. Watts, 66 Fed. 460, 13 C. C. A. 579.
- To discover accidentally or by search or study; learn by experience; perceive; ascertain.
- To decide judicially.
- To furnish; provide; support.
- To meet with, or light upon, accidentally; to gain the first sight or knowledge of, as of something new, or unknown; hence, to fall in with, as a person.
- To learn by experience or trial; to perceive; to experience; to discover by the intellect or the feelings; to detect; to feel.
- To come upon by seeking; as, to find something lost.
- To discover by sounding; as, to find bottom.
- To discover by study or experiment direct to an object or end; as, water is found to be a compound substance.
- To gain, as the object of desire or effort; as, to find leisure; to find means.
- To attain to; to arrive at; to acquire.
- To provide for; to supply; to furnish; as, to find food for workemen; he finds his nephew in money.
- To arrive at, as a conclusion; to determine as true; to establish; as, to find a verdict; to find a true bill ( of indictment) against an accused person.
- To discover; obtain by searching; learn by experiment; meet by accident; regain, as something lost; supply.
- To come upon or meet with; to discover or arrive at; to perceive; to experience; to supply; - pr. p. finding; pa. t and pa. p. found.
- To determine an issue of fact, and to declare such a determination to a court; as, the jury find for the plaintiff.
- after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study; " find the product of two numbers"; " The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize"
- make a discovery, make a new finding; " Roentgen discovered X- rays"; " Physicists believe they found a new elementary particle"
- come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds; " I feel that he doesn't like me"; " I find him to be obnoxious"; " I found the movie rather entertaining"
- decide on and make a declaration about; " find someone guilty"
- perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place; " I found myself in a difficult situation"; " When he woke up, he found himself in a hospital room"
- To discover; to fall in with; to discover by seeking; to discover by study, experiment, or trial; to gain; to perceive; to detect; to enjoy; to discover and declare; to supply.
- To discover; to recover; to regain something lost; to gain or have; to furnish or supply; to arrive at; to determine.
- the act of discovering something
- succeed in reaching; arrive at; " The arrrow found its mark"
- obtain through effort or management; " She found the time and energy to take care of her aging parents"; " We found the money to send our sons to college"
- Anything found; a discovery of anything valuable; especially, a deposit, discovered by archaeologists, of objects of prehistoric or unknown origin.
- The discovery of something valuable.
- To discover; perceive; supply.
- Finder, finding.
- Something found. To find one's self, to be; to fare in regard to ease or pain, health or sickness. To find in, to supply or to furnish with. To find out, to discover; to sound; to understand; to comprehend; to detect. To find fault with, to censure. To find a bill, to establish grounds of accusation, as by grand jury. To find a ship's trim, to discover how she shall best sail.
- Discovery; thing found.