Find verb - To come upon after searching, study, or effort.
Usage example: we finally found the information after searching dozens of Internet sites
How words are described
|old||old find||old scout|
|good||good find||good scout|
|special||special find||special scout|
|best||best find||best scout|
|Other adjectives: typical, big, great, new, useful, mobile, next, last.|
Both words in one sentence
- You must scout and find out what your enemy has and send out troops accordingly to succeed in a hit.
Source: Tactical Rock-Paper-Scissors
- The Destiny crew (not the alternate one) find one such scout group and decide to give them a lift to their destination, knowing that the generational ships will get there in about 200 years.
Source: Lightspeed Leapfrog
- Starcraft: being able to tell where a (competitive) opponent's base is by how long it takes their scout to find you.
Source: Emergent Gameplay
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