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(Adjudge), verb adjudicate, ascertain, award, confirm, decide, declare a verdict, decree, detect, determine, encounter, experience, hear of, hold, judge, learn, observe, perceive, pronounce, rule, sentence, settle, sit in judgment

find

(Determine), verb adjudge, adjudicate, announce a conclusion, arrive at a conclusion, arrive at a verdict, ascertain and declare, ascertain by judicial inquiry, come to a conclusion, compromise, conclude, decide a question of fact, decide upon, declare a verdict, deduce, deliver judgment, determine a controversy, determine after judicial inquiry, determine an issue, draw a conclusion, establish as facts, give an opinion, give judggent, hold, judge, make a decision, pass an opinion, pass judgment, pronounce as an official act, resolve, rule, set a question at rest, sit in judgment
Associated concepts: findings of fact

find

(Discover), verb acquire information about, apprehend, ascertain, attain by effort, bare, become acquainted with, become apprised of, become informed, bring into the open, catch a glimpse of, chance upon, cognoscere, come upon, create, decipher, decode, detect, discern, disclose, disentangle, disinter, divine, divulge, elicit, encounter, explore, expose, fathom, ferret out, figgre out, gather knowledge, get to the bottom of, glimpse, happen upon, hit upon, identify, invenire, invent, ken, know, learn, light upon, locate, make certain, meet with, notice, observe, obtain by search, perceive, realize, reveal, run across, solve, strike, stumble on, trace, uncloak, unconceal, uncover, understand, unearth, unfold, unlock, unmask, unravel, unscramble, unscreen, unshroud, unveil, verify

find

(Locate), verb achieve, attain, collect, descry, dig up, discover, disinter, espy, expose, furnish, gain, gather, provide the wherewithal, recover, repossess, resolve, retrieve, spot, supply, uncover, unearth
See also: acquisition, adjudge, adjudicate, ascertain, award, conclude, decide, decree, detect, determine, disinter, ferret, hold, invent, judge, locate, pass judgment, prize, procure, pronounce, rule, sentence

find

to determine an issue after judicial inquiry.
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I was not a very nice person before I found God and that is shown in the film.
This is even suggested by the book's subtitle, "How John Polkinghorne Found God in Science and Religion.
The tattooed, bearded, long-haired Welch is among several rock 'n' rollers who have found God in recent years and reported miraculous deliveries from addictions.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Organizers of the 19th Annual Virginia Film Festival have found God.
A highly recommended read, The Deep Place Where Nobody Goes: Conversations With God On The Steps Of My Soul is the personal and inspirational story of Jill Briscoe and her encounters with her spiritual self and how she found God in the midst of her own heart.
Armstrong says that she left the convent because she had not found God.
The Church website describes it as "an ecumenical movement for all who have found God in the glory of His works of nature".
I think in my old incarnation I would have been a bit cynical if I'd had a colleague who'd got into the same sort of trouble as I did, gone to jail and come out saying, "I've found God.
Then, like so many other convicted felons, he found God in the Sarasota Country jail.
Letwin defines Hobbes as a skeptical Christian who found God incomprehensible and revelation uncertain.
Despite Newsweek's recent pronouncement that science has found God, Larson and Witham report an even lower degree of traditional religious belief among "greater" scientists than studies done by psychologist James Leuba in 1914 and 1933.
Her face was marked by worry, but after some weeks of work in the Home of the Dying, she came to me and said, "I have found God.