Find and Scout


Find verb - To come upon after searching, study, or effort.
Usage example: we finally found the information after searching dozens of Internet sites

Scout and find are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Scout" instead a verb "Find".

Nearby Words: finding, finder


Scout verb - To make (someone or something) the object of unkind laughter.

Find and scout are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Find" instead a verb "Scout".

Nearby Words: scouted, scouting

Mutual synonyms

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.

Common collocations

place find place scout place
room find room scout room
path find path scout path
information find information scout information
Other words: source, planet.

Both words in one sentence

  • Tactical Rock-Paper-Scissors You must scout and find out what your enemy has and send out troops accordingly to succeed in a hit.
  • 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.
  • Starcraft: being able to tell where a (competitive) opponent's base is by how long it takes their scout to find you.
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Scout and Find. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 25, from
Find & Scout. N.p., 2016. Web. 25 Jun. 2022. <>.
Scout or Find. 2016. Accessed June 25, 2022.
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