- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discover.
- adj. discovered or determined by scientific observation
“An attempt to read the label discovered almost a quarter inch of dust on top.”
“Al Gilbertson I've changed his name discovered it the day after his arrest for manufacturing illegal "blue boxes.”
“It also says "Enero" in tiny print under the title, which I just discovered is Spanish for "it's tits you faggy know-it-all crybaby.”
“Stevie Wonder, whom the label discovered when he was 11; Marvin Gaye, who wanted so much to be a jazz crooner before he came into his own in the late 60's; and, above all, Diana Ross, whom the label put its stake in early on, and who was told so many times that she was a star that she drove off one of the Supremes before quitting to launch a solo career.”
“The band and the label discovered they had a mutual admiration for one another, and a new partnership was forged, leading to their 2007 full-length debut.”
“In northern Fiji, reporter Louise Rafkin discovered what happens when the power of a rebuilt PC is combined with a lot of determination.”
“And so, you know, I put an epigraph in the front of the book explaining it, you know, because what I've discovered is that a lot of people don't know what it means.”
“SIMON: And among the astonishing things to be discovered is among John Lennon's artistic inspirations was Bing Crosby.”
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“We were all ready to call one of our wines 'Innuendo', till we discovered that that's the Italian word for 'suppository'.”
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