discovery

[ dih-skuhv-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF discovery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOVERY

But what would be the effect of the other discovery we have imagined?

There was no danger of discovery on his approach, for it was a wild night of wind and rain.

But the discovery and punishment of the other guilty ones will.

The only dread she had was of the discovery of her escapade by the hospital authorities.

The discovery of Tillie's hiding-place interested but did not thrill him.

We owe the discovery of this important document to Mr. Newman Flower.

The discovery which Ellinor had just made to me engrossed all my powers of attention.

Miss Strictland communicated her discovery immediately to my father.

This discovery knocked us all aback, and we were quite at a loss how to proceed.

I cannot well describe the effect that was produced on me by this discovery.

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search warrant

nouncourt order authorizing search
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