Discover [verb]

Definition of Discover:

find, uncover

Opposite/Antonyms of Discover:

Sentence/Example of Discover:

Anderson was working at the New York Botanical Garden in 1901 studying the water content of nuclei in starch crystals when, as the story goes, he “discovered” steam-puffed rice.

Footprints discovered at what was once a rain-fed lake in Saudi Arabia’s Nefud Desert suggest that humans on the move made a pit stop there more than 100,000 years ago.

Also useful would be some sort of way to discover popular routines directly within the Alexa app.

Researchers studying magnetization discovered that renormalization wasn’t about infinities at all.

Curiously, as I did my research for this article, I randomly discovered Google used to guarantee some sort of Impression-based reporting in an old version of the T&C housed here.

We discover where they are in price and we don’t push it to the point where everybody starts to squeal.

We are in the business of helping people discover information.

The SEO community is always looking for new ranking factors and we have discovered over two hundred of them so far.

The vulnerabilities, discovered by app security startup Oversecured, could have allowed a malicious app on the same device to steal sensitive files, like session tokens, from inside the TikTok app.

A year after reading it, while applying for a driver’s license, I discovered I was in the country illegally.