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- v. To discover, as by asking or exploring.
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- v. find out, learn, or determine with certainty, usually by making an inquiry or other effort
- v. establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study
- v. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally
- v. trap; especially in an error or in a reprehensible act
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Tyler Locke was curious to find out who was willing to brave the trip to meet with him.
Gilbert and Pumford wanted to find out whether TCE might stimulate the production of an autoimmune response and, if so, see what cells might be involved.
I was hired by Curtis Peltier to find out what happened to Grace, and I think you know.
Crewmen who had rushed to find out what happened to the display case saw his gun and gave him a wide berth.
Joy England, a thirty-two-year-old mom from Georgetown, Texas, began her struggle to find out what was happening to her in 1999, when she was twenty-four years old.
Get on the phone and your computer and find out everything you can about Lennie Frick.
And see if you can find out whether there was a Lürssen or Westport yacht in the area today.
“I simply want to find out what happened to Grace Peltier, and I believe Mr. Paragon could help me toward that end.”
She had to find out what it was, and this Tyler Locke guy was going to help her.
He had to find out why mild-mannered archaeologist Dilara Kenner had drawn two attempts on her life in the span of twelve hours.