synonyms
  • definitions

discoveries

[ dih-skuhv-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF discoveries
  • nounfinding, uncovering
  • nountreasure; invention

Synonyms for discoveries

  • analysis
  • detection
  • diagnosis
  • disclosure
  • encounter
  • exploration
  • introduction
  • revelation
  • sighting
  • authentication
  • calculation
  • certification
  • determination
  • discernment
  • empiricism
  • espial
  • experimentation
  • exposition
  • exposure
  • feeling
  • hearing
  • identification
  • invention
  • learning
  • locating
  • location
  • origination
  • perception
  • sensing
  • strike
  • verification
  • ascertainment
  • distinguishing
  • unearthing
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Antonyms for discoveries

  • secret
  • loss
  • miss
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOVERIES

In public health the discoveries of science have opened a new era.

In other words, they bequeath us a treasure which we are free to enrich with our own discoveries.

Does the intensity of our love equal the clearness of our discoveries?

Others exclaimed, 'Where will improvements and discoveries stop?'

All these discoveries were now related to Ralph, circumstantially, and in detail.

Now, then, said the Doctor, let us go onto name the most important of our discoveries.

We will take our revenge by and by, and England will get her full share in our future discoveries.

Of these discoveries we are only now beginning to reap the benefit.

One of the first discoveries of our earlier humorists was the Down-East Yankee.

Because we did not master the riot of our inventions and discoveries.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "fact of discovering;" see discover + -y (1). Earlier in this sense was discovering (mid-14c.). Meaning "that which is discovered" is from 1630s.