Sentence for finds | Use finds in a sentence

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  • She finds Miss Pope a treasure. (4)
  • He is a fortunate voyager who finds many. (2)
  • So he finds himself altogether at sea for a while. (16)
  • A struggle like this finds out the weak spots in everybody. (8)
  • Perhaps you can do something for him, till he finds his feet. (8)
  • It will be easier for him to go to Europe when he finds that out. (9)
  • Henry Wilmers puts the case aside, and takes her as he finds her. (10)
  • Suddenly the veteran finds accustomed life and spring have left them. (21)
  • The Papacy, I can assure you, finds as little favour with one as with the other. (10)
  • A damp smell of the graveyard finds its way into houses where workmen sit at meat. (2)
  • If he waits until too late he finds himself cast, a human wheel at a dead centre. (21)
  • To-day the grass is grass: his heart is chased by phantoms and finds rest nowhere. (10)
  • Then Earth her man for woman finds at last, To speed the pair unto her goal of goals. (10)
  • Changes in the staffs are frequent, and in a half-dozen years he finds himself well up the ladder. (16)
  • Either he finds it so easy that he can walk into it, or he gives it up in despair as unassailable. (10)
  • Either he finds it so easy that he can walk into it, or he gives it up in despair as unassailable. (22)
  • Then the teamster, returning leisurely to the lot, finds his second vehicle awaiting final transfer. (21)
  • He turns to a book-case on a table against the far wall, and taking out a book, finds his place in it. (8)
  • Whitwell laughed again, in the delight the philosophic mind finds even in the reasoning that hates it. (9)
  • As often happens, when the artist comes to this desired point and looks into his soul, he finds nothing there. (13)
  • If he finds he can do more by and by, I dare say he will, for I am sure he must be an excellent good-hearted man. (4)
  • If an amicable settlement be not made out of court, he finds that the circus will fight him to the bitter legal end. (21)
  • It is a peculiarity of our country worth noting, that all our published humor finds its outlet through the newspapers. (16)
  • The sun shines, and he finds the road a little hot and dusty; the rain falls, and he splashes through the muddy puddles. (8)
  • The landlord, hurrying to the apartment, finds Hassan on the floor, enveloped in slats, sheets, counterpane and mattress. (21)
  • The sturgeon is chiefly valuable for the roe or caviar which is found in it, but the meat finds ready sale, fresh or pickled. (20)
  • He calls on editors, perhaps, and finds them a strange, non-committal caste, talking very much like their own rejection slips. (16)
  • His first aim is to arouse suspicion, to break down the presumption of innocence—supposing, of course, that he finds it to exist. (16)
  • Then, be sure, she finds an English tongue and prattles away as merrily as she does when her old scapegrace of a father is the theme. (10)
  • It is an unhappy condition in which every one of the athletes finds himself the morning after the violent exercise of the ring or bar. (21)
  • If a man finds a woman admire him, were it only for his acquaintance with geography, he will begin at once to build upon the admiration. (2)
  • She rises from her seat, but on attempting to move away she finds that the skirt of her polonaise has been caught in the falling window. (9)
  • But when the legitimate affection of a brother and sister finds them interposing, they are, as little parsonically as possible, reproved. (10)
  • Such is the worship of the picturesque; and it would appear to say, that the spirit of man finds itself yet in the society of barbarians. (10)
  • A mercantile community guided by Political Economy from the ledger to the banquet presided over by its Dagon Capital, finds that difficult. (10)
  • Where this people finds the secret of its pretty speeches, I cannot imagine; unless the secret should be no other than a sincere desire to please! (2)
  • Natural history is one of the most interesting and absorbing of all studies, and the visitor to our menagerie finds much zoological gratification. (21)
  • The public, on the other hand, finds book-reviews of little service and reads them, if at all, with indifference, with distrust, or with exasperation. (16)
  • He finds himself surrounded in the most touching manner by the attentions of Providence, and compares himself involuntarily with the lilies and the skylarks. (2)
  • It must be said, however, that this interpretation finds no support in the general character of his writing, which is exceedingly humane, refined and womanly. (7)
  • Yet, and at the end of the ends, the unsophisticated witness finds the transaction ridiculous, finds it repulsive, finds it shabby. (9)

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