Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To find again; to get or experience again.

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  • verb To find something again.

Etymologies

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From re- +‎ find.

Examples

  • He has to refind the middle ground that made him so effective and such a valuable on-court presence earlier this season.

    For Jontel Evans, immediate challenge lies in maintaining focus

  • Apparently that humour is way to classic for a man of your refind tastes.

    A-hole parenting 101

  • 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

    faux amis - French Word-A-Day

  • 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.

    Internet News: Search Engines Archives

  • After all, an index is a way to refind things you know you've read as well as find out what you might read.

    I'm A Sort of Search Engine

  • 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.

    Hillbilly Haute Cuisine

  • I myself had received a battered gold locket that I lost intermittently, only to refind with great joy every time.

    Winter Bloom

  • After all, an index is a way to refind things you know you've read as well as find out what you might read.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Can he refind the form that he had before his injury?

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Can he refind the form that he had before his injury?

    Good News for Fulham

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