Discovering [verb]

Definition of Discovering:

find, uncover

Opposite/Antonyms of Discovering:

Sentence/Example of Discovering:

In cases in which no attempt is made to ignore the accusation, the small wits are wont to be busy discovering exculpations.

If he wishes to act, he must lose no time after discovering the fraud that has been practiced on him.

And now we are old, sensible, hard-working people; having given up all nonsense we are discovering the sense there is in sense.

Would not their minds be better satisfied in discovering truth than in wandering in the labyrinths of darkness?

It must also be evident that the whole piece of literature will best be classified by discovering the purpose of the author.

The five forms of discourse are most easily distinguished by discovering the purpose of the author.

Then discovering that a narrow center section of the cylinder revolved by slow, even degrees, he tried again impatiently.

"It seems to me that we are discovering America," exclaimed Aunt Maria, her face scarlet with exercise and enthusiasm.

I was not long in discovering that the abbess had conceived a passion for me, and I became her too docile favorite.

But the leaks in the starboard tanks lost us half our supply, and we had used the other half before discovering that.