Found and Settle

Found

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Found verb – To be responsible for the creation and early operation or use of.
Settle is a synonym for found in activity topic. In some cases you can use "Settle" instead a verb "Found", when it comes to topics like erect, bring into being.
Synonyms for Found

Settle

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Settle verb – To cause to come to rest at the bottom (as of a liquid).
Found is a synonym for settle in establish topic. Sometimes you can use "Found" instead a verb "Settle".
Nearby Words: settled, settlement, settling, settler, settlor
Synonyms for Settle

Common collocations

peace found peace settle peace
colony found colony settle colony
way found way settle way
earth found earth settle earth
Other nouns: world, home, nothing, planet, city, times.

Both words in one sentence

  • Our Founder The Iliad: Aeneas's descendants went on to settle/found Britain, Rome, and Alba Longa, according to much later authors.
    Source: Our Founder
  • Creator / Cordwainer Smith When a certain planet is found to have the components to make one immortal, the opportunity is there, although the Instrumentality seems to settle for 400 years (there is a dismissive reference to people who try to live longer than that).
  • Film / Seven Psychopaths He does settle for shooting the wall behind her when she's found innocent, however.
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