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noun as in one who discovers a thing

noun as in a locating device

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Some Android manufacturers put their own phone finder apps on their devices.

Following a crowdsourced professional investigation into whether Stuef’s chest photos were digitally manipulated, Kristy Cowling published a poll on THOR asking if Stuef was the finder.

The years that followed were a boom time for planet finders.

They typically employ a waist-level finder, which means you look down at the top of the camera to compose your shot and focus.

The most immediate and obvious change to the finder, however, is the addition of the Control Center.

Joseph Finder is The New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels including Power Play, Killer Instinct, and Vanished.

Novelist Joseph Finder hails an entertaining new companion to America's favorite pastime.

Joseph Finder is the author of numerous bestselling novels including Power Play, Nightmare, and Vanished (coming August 2009).

We're seeing a kabuki dance of outrage, writes spy novelist Joseph Finder.

The two-thirds objective should be used as a finder, while the one-sixth is reserved for examining details.

The finder does not take title to every article found and out of the possession of its true owner.

If the finder knows who the owner is or has a reasonable clue to the ownership, which he disregards, he is guilty of larceny.

And if the bailee is a finder who has bestowed labor on the article found in good faith, the same rule applies.

In order to reach the star at lower culmination the finder tube had to be thrown out of parallelism with the main telescope.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to finder, such as: acquirer, appropriator, claimant, discoverer, spotter, and search party.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.