- v. To find something again.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To find again; to get or experience again.
- From re- + find. (Wiktionary)
“Apparently that humour is way to classic for a man of your refind tastes.”
“He has to refind the middle ground that made him so effective and such a valuable on-court presence earlier this season.”
“It sounds like very intense emotional response in French while in English it is not. and of course 'retrouver' meaning to see you somewhere and not to refind. xoxo ps-of course I may be wrong but this is what I can recall”
“Sometimes I ask him to call out when he sees one so I can refind it, which is just sad by any father-son measurement standard.”
“I myself had received a battered gold locket that I lost intermittently, only to refind with great joy every time.”
“Can he refind the form that he had before his injury?”
“After all, an index is a way to refind things you know you've read as well as find out what you might read.”
“People who use Google's search history will also see a section "All Results" with links to visited pages, and not yet visited - thus making it much easier to refind pages.”
“Obama being elected was, and still is, the best hope that our country can refind our values.”
“To refind its voice, we must reclaim that center ground that refuses to pose everything in the black and white terms of fundamentalism, but also refuses to lose all sense of conviction by embracing a thoroughgoing relativism.”
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