found definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to determine or establish, particularly with supply for continuing presence: the school was created in 1872.
    • To establish the building blocks or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on firm proof.
    • To melt (material) and afin de into a mold.
    • to produce (objects) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • To form by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • To put the foundation of; setting, or place, as on one thing solid, for help; to ground; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct securely.
    • To use the ffirst actions or actions in erecting or accumulating; to furnish the materials for start; to begin to boost; to originate
    • To establish or set up, especially with provision for continuing existence: The college was founded in 1872.
    • To establish the inspiration or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on firm research.
    • To establish or set up, especially with provision for continuing existence: The college was founded in 1872.
    • To establish or put up, specifically with supply for continuing presence: The college ended up being created in 1872.
    • to determine the inspiration or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on firm evidence.
    • To melt (metal) and afin de into a mold.
    • to determine the foundation or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on fast proof.
    • To melt (metal) and pour into a mold.
    • to help make (objects) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • To melt (metal) and afin de into a mold.
    • To establish or set up, specially with supply for continuing existence: the faculty had been created in 1872.
    • to produce (objects) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • to ascertain or create, specially with provision for continuing existence: the school ended up being started in 1872.
    • to determine or set-up, specifically with provision for continuing presence: the school ended up being launched in 1872.
    • To make (items) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • To establish or set up, particularly with provision for continuing existence: the school ended up being started in 1872.
    • to determine the building blocks or basis of; base: discovered a theory on fast proof.
    • To establish the foundation or basis of; base: discovered a theory on firm research.
    • To establish the building blocks or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on fast evidence.
    • To establish the building blocks or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on fast proof.
    • To melt (metal) and afin de into a mold.
    • To melt (steel) and pour into a mold.
    • To melt (steel) and pour into a mold.
    • To melt (metal) and pour into a mold.
    • which will make (items) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • To establish or arranged, specifically with provision for continuing presence: the faculty ended up being started in 1872.
    • To make (items) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • to create (items) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • To establish the foundation or basis of; base: discovered a theory on fast proof.
    • which will make (things) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • To melt (metal) and pour into a mold.
    • To make (objects) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • to create by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • to make by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • To form by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • To put the foundation of; to set, or spot, as on some thing solid, for help; to surface; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct firmly.
    • To set the cornerstone of; to create, or place, as on anything solid, for help; to surface; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to fix securely.
    • To use the ffirst actions or steps in erecting or increase; to provide materials for start; to begin with to increase; to originate
    • To put the cornerstone of; to create, or destination, as on one thing solid, for assistance; to ground; to determine upon a basis, literal or figurative; to fix securely.
    • To make the ffirst measures or actions in erecting or building up; to furnish the materials for start; to begin to improve; to originate
    • To make the ffirst actions or actions in erecting or gathering; to furnish materials for start; to start to improve; to originate
    • to create by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • to create by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • To set the foundation of; to set, or location, as on some thing solid, for assistance; to surface; to establish upon a basis, literal or figurative; to repair securely.
    • To put the cornerstone of; to set, or spot, as on one thing solid, for assistance; to ground; to establish upon a basis, literal or figurative; to repair securely.
    • to determine or set-up, particularly with supply for continuing existence: the school was established in 1872.
    • To take the ffirst measures or actions in erecting or increase; to provide the materials for beginning; to begin with to improve; to originate
    • to make by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • To take the ffirst steps or actions in erecting or gathering; to provide the materials for beginning; to begin with to raise; to originate
    • to make by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • to determine the foundation or basis of; base: discovered a theory on fast research.
    • To lay the basis of; to set, or location, as on some thing solid, for assistance; to ground; to determine upon a basis, literal or figurative; to fix firmly.
    • To use the ffirst tips or measures in erecting or building up; to furnish materials for start; to begin with to raise; to originate
    • To lay the foundation of; to create, or place, as on one thing solid, for support; to surface; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to fix firmly.
    • To make the ffirst steps or measures in erecting or building up; to furnish the materials for start; to begin with to boost; to originate
    • to determine or establish, specifically with provision for continuing existence: The college ended up being launched in 1872.
    • to ascertain or arranged, especially with supply for continuing presence: the school ended up being created in 1872.
    • To form by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • to ascertain the building blocks or foundation of; base: discovered a theory on fast proof.
    • to determine the inspiration or foundation of; base: found a theory on fast research.
    • To melt (material) and pour into a mold.
    • To set the cornerstone of; setting, or location, as on anything solid, for help; to surface; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct firmly.
    • To melt (metal) and pour into a mold.
    • To take the ffirst tips or steps in erecting or increase; to provide materials for start; to start to improve; to originate
    • which will make (things) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • To melt (steel) and afin de into a mold.
    • to determine or set-up, particularly with supply for continuing presence: the school was created in 1872.
    • to ascertain or put up, specially with provision for continuing existence: the faculty was launched in 1872.
    • to create (things) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • To establish the building blocks or basis of; base: found a theory on fast proof.
    • to ascertain the building blocks or foundation of; base: found a theory on firm research.
    • which will make (objects) by pouring molten material into a mold.
    • To melt (metal) and afin de into a mold.
    • To melt (material) and pour into a mold.
    • to create (items) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • to create (objects) by pouring molten product into a mold.
    • to create by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • To form by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • To put the cornerstone of; setting, or place, as on one thing solid, for help; to surface; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct solidly.
    • to make by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • To take the ffirst steps or steps in erecting or increase; to provide materials for beginning; to start to boost; to originate
    • to make by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to throw.
    • To set the cornerstone of; setting, or location, as on something solid, for help; to floor; to determine upon a basis, literal or figurative; to repair solidly.
    • To put the basis of; setting, or location, as on one thing solid, for assistance; to surface; to establish upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct firmly.
    • To make the ffirst measures or actions in erecting or accumulating; to furnish the materials for beginning; to start to improve; to originate
    • To take the ffirst tips or actions in erecting or increase; to provide the materials for beginning; to start to raise; to originate
    • to create by melting a metal, and pouring it into a mold; to cast.
    • To put the basis of; setting, or location, as on one thing solid, for help; to floor; to determine upon a basis, literal or figurative; to correct solidly.
    • To make the ffirst tips or measures in erecting or building up; to provide materials for start; to begin to increase; to originate
    • To lay the foundation of; setting, or destination, as on anything solid, for support; to ground; to ascertain upon a basis, literal or figurative; to repair firmly.
    • To use the ffirst actions or steps in erecting or increase; to provide materials for start; to begin to improve; to originate
  • verb:
    • Past tight and previous participle of find.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of discover.
    • To begin building.
    • To start some type of organization or organization.
    • To melt, especially of material in an industrial environment.
    • last tight and previous participle of discover.
    • Past tense and previous participle of find.
    • last tight and past participle of find.
    • create or lay the groundwork for
    • use as a basis for; available on
    • last tight and past participle of find.
    • last tight and previous participle of discover.
    • Past tense and past participle of find.
    • arranged or found
    • last tight and previous participle of discover.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of discover.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of discover.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of find.
    • To begin building.
    • to begin with building.
    • To start some sort of company or company.
    • to begin some sort of organization or organization.
    • to begin with building.
    • To melt, particularly of steel in a commercial environment.
    • to begin some form of company or business.
    • To melt, especially of metal in an industrial setting.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of find.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of find.
    • To melt, particularly of material in a commercial setting.
    • To begin building.
    • last tight and past participle of discover.
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of find.
    • To begin building.
    • To start some form of organization or business.
    • to start building.
    • to begin some form of organization or company.
    • To melt, specially of material in an industrial environment.
    • To melt, specifically of material in an industrial environment.
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of find.
    • to start building.
    • To start some sort of organization or company.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of find.
    • to start out some type of company or organization.
    • To melt, especially of material in an industrial environment.
    • to begin with building.
    • to start out some form of organization or company.
    • To melt, specially of steel in an industrial setting.
    • To melt, especially of material in an industrial setting.
    • set-up or set the groundwork for
    • use as a basis for; found on
    • setup or found
    • last tight and previous participle of discover.
    • establish or lay the groundwork for
    • Past tight and previous participle of find.
    • use as a basis for; available on
    • establish or set the groundwork for
    • Past tight and previous participle of discover.
    • Past tense and past participle of find.
    • last tense and past participle of discover.
    • use as a basis for; available on
    • Simple past tense and past participle of find.
    • setup or discovered
    • arranged or set the groundwork for
    • set up or put the groundwork for
    • set-up or found
    • to start building.
    • use as a basis for; found on
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of find.
    • To start some sort of organization or organization.
    • setup or discovered
    • usage as a basis for; entirely on
    • To melt, specially of metal in an industrial environment.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of discover.
    • to begin with building.
    • set-up or discovered
    • To start some type of company or company.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of discover.
    • Simple past tense and previous participle of find.
    • To begin building.
    • arranged or put the groundwork for
    • To melt, specially of steel in an industrial setting.
    • use as a basis for; available on
    • set up or put the groundwork for
    • to begin with building.
    • to start out some form of business or company.
    • put up or discovered
    • usage as a basis for; entirely on
    • To melt, especially of material in an industrial environment.
    • to begin some form of organization or company.
    • to begin with building.
    • establish or found
    • to begin some form of business or organization.
    • To melt, specially of metal in a commercial environment.
    • arranged or lay the groundwork for
    • To melt, especially of metal in a commercial setting.
    • usage as a basis for; entirely on
    • set-up or discovered
    • arranged or lay the groundwork for
    • use as a basis for; entirely on
    • put up or found
    • create or put the groundwork for
    • usage as a basis for; available on
    • put up or discovered
    • setup or put the groundwork for
    • usage as a basis for; found on
    • set up or put the groundwork for
    • put up or discovered
    • use as a basis for; available on
    • arranged or put the groundwork for
    • set up or discovered
    • use as a basis for; entirely on
    • setup or discovered
  • adjective:
    • Come upon unexpectedly or immediately following looking around.
    • equipped; furnished
    • appear upon unexpectedly or shortly after looking.
    • Come upon unexpectedly or immediately after looking around.
    • come upon unexpectedly or once searching
    • Come upon unexpectedly or after looking around.
    • prepared; supplied
    • equipped; provided
    • prepared; provided
    • Come upon unexpectedly or once looking.
    • appear upon unexpectedly or just after looking.
    • appear upon unexpectedly or once looking.
    • Come upon unexpectedly or after looking around.
    • prepared; furnished
    • equipped; supplied
    • prepared; provided
    • prepared; furnished
    • Come upon unexpectedly or shortly after looking around.
    • prepared; provided
    • come upon unexpectedly or once looking
    • come upon unexpectedly or just after looking around
    • come upon unexpectedly or immediately following looking
    • Come upon unexpectedly or just after looking around.
    • come upon unexpectedly or once searching
    • prepared; supplied
    • appear upon unexpectedly or once looking around.
    • prepared; furnished
    • come upon unexpectedly or immediately following looking around
    • Come upon unexpectedly or after looking.
    • appear upon unexpectedly or just after searching.
    • appear upon unexpectedly or after searching.
    • prepared; supplied
    • equipped; provided
    • equipped; provided
    • come upon unexpectedly or once looking
    • come upon unexpectedly or immediately following searching
    • come upon unexpectedly or shortly after looking around
    • come upon unexpectedly or once searching
    • come upon unexpectedly or just after looking around
    • come upon unexpectedly or shortly after looking around
    • come upon unexpectedly or shortly after looking around
    • come upon unexpectedly or once looking around
  • noun:
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • The operation of casting metal, etc.; the melting of steel or regarding the materials for cup, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • meals and lodging provided in addition to money
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • A thin, single-cut file for combmakers.
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • A thin, single-cut declare combmakers.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • Preterit and previous participle of find.
    • A thin, single-cut file for combmakers.
    • A thin, single-cut declare combmakers.
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • Preterit and past participle of find.
    • Preterit and past participle of discover.
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • A thin, single-cut file for combmakers.
    • The operation of casting steel, etc.; the melting of metal or of materials for glass, etc.
    • The operation of casting material, etc.; the melting of material or regarding the products for cup, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • meals and accommodation provided as well as money
    • The procedure of casting steel, etc.; the melting of metal or of this materials for cup, etc.
    • meals and accommodation supplied as well as cash
    • Preterit and previous participle of find.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, utilized in making combs.
    • A thin, single-cut declare combmakers.
    • The procedure of casting steel, etc.; the melting of metal or regarding the materials for glass, etc.
    • The operation of casting metal, etc.; the melting of metal or for the products for glass, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • meals and lodging supplied and money
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • meals and lodging provided and cash
    • The procedure of casting steel, etc.; the melting of steel or of this materials for glass, etc.
    • meals and lodging offered along with cash
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • The procedure of casting material, etc.; the melting of material or regarding the products for cup, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • The operation of casting metal, etc.; the melting of steel or of the products for cup, etc.
    • meals and accommodation supplied besides cash
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • Food and lodging, board.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • food and lodging offered besides cash
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • meals and lodging provided as well as money
    • A thin, single-cut file for combmakers.
    • A thin, single-cut declare combmakers.
    • Preterit and previous participle of find.
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • Preterit and previous participle of find.
    • Preterit and past participle of discover.
    • Preterit and past participle of discover.
    • The procedure of casting steel, etc.; the melting of steel or of materials for glass, etc.
    • A thin, single-cut apply for combmakers.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, used in making combs.
    • The operation of casting steel, etc.; the melting of material or associated with the products for cup, etc.
    • Preterit and previous participle of discover.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, utilized in making combs.
    • meals and accommodation supplied besides money
    • The procedure of casting metal, etc.; the melting of metal or of this products for cup, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • The operation of casting material, etc.; the melting of steel or of the materials for glass, etc.
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • food and lodging provided and money
    • The operation of casting steel, etc.; the melting of steel or associated with the materials for cup, etc.
    • food and accommodation provided along with cash
    • A three-sided, single-cut file, found in making combs.
    • meals and lodging supplied and money
    • meals and accommodation provided besides money
  • others:
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • To lay the cornerstone of; fix, set, or location, as on one thing solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, actual or ethical.
    • To make the very first measures or measures in erecting or gathering; start to boost; make a beginning of; originate by active means: since, to found a city or an empire.
    • to create provision for establishment of; originate by gift, grant, or endowment: as, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base one's opinion; depend: accompanied by on or upon: as, i discovered upon evidence of my sensory faculties.
    • To east; kind into form by casting in a mold, as metal or a metallic article.
    • To hasten; get (to have or seek anything); strive.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • To set the cornerstone of; fix, set, or spot, as on one thing solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, real or ethical.
    • To set the cornerstone of; fix, set, or location, as on one thing solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, physical or ethical.
    • To take the first actions or steps in erecting or building up; begin to raise; make a new of; originate by energetic means: because, to receive a city or an empire.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • To take the very first tips or actions in erecting or increase; commence to raise; make a beginning of; originate by energetic means: as, to receive a city or an empire.
    • To put the cornerstone of; fix, set, or place, as on one thing solid; surface; base; establish on a basis, real or moral.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • In order to make provision for the organization of; originate by gift, grant, or endowment: because, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • to produce supply the establishment of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: as, to receive an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • To use the first steps or steps in erecting or accumulating; commence to raise; make a beginning of; originate by energetic means: as, to receive a city or an empire.
    • To base an individual's opinion; depend: followed closely by on or upon: as, I found upon the evidence of my senses.
    • To base one's viewpoint; depend: followed by on or upon: as, i discovered upon the evidence of my senses.
    • to create provision for institution of; originate by gift, grant, or endowment: because, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To east; type into shape by casting in a mold, as steel or a metallic article.
    • To east; type into form by casting in a mold, as material or a metallic article.
    • To set the foundation of; fix, set, or place, as on one thing solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, physical or ethical.
    • To base an individual's opinion; rely: accompanied by on or upon: as, I found upon evidence of my senses.
    • To use the very first measures or actions in erecting or building up; commence to boost; make a new of; originate by active means: since, to receive a city or an empire.
    • to create supply for organization of; originate by gift, grant, or endowment: as, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To hasten; get (for or seek one thing); strive.
    • To put the foundation of; fix, set, or spot, as on some thing solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, actual or ethical.
    • To base a person's opinion; depend: followed closely by on or upon: as, I found upon evidence of my sensory faculties.
    • To hasten; get (to have or look for one thing); strive.
    • To take the very first actions or measures in erecting or gathering; commence to raise; make a beginning of; originate by active means: since, to found a city or an empire.
    • To east; type into form by casting in a mold, as material or a metallic article.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • to produce supply for the organization of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: because, to receive an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To put the foundation of; fix, set, or destination, as on anything solid; floor; base; establish on a basis, actual or ethical.
    • To east; form into shape by casting in a mold, as material or a metallic article.
    • To base one's viewpoint; rely: accompanied by on or upon: as, i discovered upon the data of my sensory faculties.
    • To lay the foundation of; fix, set, or destination, as on anything solid; surface; base; establish on a basis, physical or moral.
    • To east; form into shape by casting in a mold, as metal or a metallic article.
    • To accelerate; go (getting or seek some thing); strive.
    • To make the very first steps or steps in erecting or increase; commence to raise; make a new of; originate by energetic means: as, to found a city or an empire.
    • In order to make supply when it comes to organization of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: because, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To use the very first measures or actions in erecting or increase; start to boost; make a new of; originate by active means: because, to receive a city or an empire.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • To accelerate; get (to have or look for some thing); strive.
    • to create supply for institution of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: because, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base one's opinion; depend: accompanied by on or upon: as, I found upon evidence of my sensory faculties.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • To accelerate; go (to get or seek something); strive.
    • To base your opinion; rely: accompanied by on or upon: as, i came across upon the data of my sensory faculties.
    • To east; type into form by casting in a mold, as metal or a metallic article.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • To lay the foundation of; fix, set, or place, as on some thing solid; floor; base; establish on a basis, physical or moral.
    • To use the first measures or actions in erecting or building up; begin to raise; make a newbie of; originate by active means: as, to receive a city or an empire.
    • To east; form into shape by casting in a mold, as steel or a metallic article.
    • To make supply when it comes to institution of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: since, to receive an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base an individual's viewpoint; depend: followed closely by on or upon: as, i came across upon the data of my senses.
    • To hasten; get (for or look for some thing); strive.
    • To east; kind into form by casting in a mold, as material or a metallic article.
    • To accelerate; get (to get or look for anything); strive.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • To hasten; get (to obtain or look for something); strive.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • imp. & p. p. of discover.
    • imp. & p. p. of find.
    • To set the cornerstone of; fix, set, or location, as on one thing solid; floor; base; establish on a basis, physical or moral.
    • To take the very first measures or steps in erecting or accumulating; commence to boost; make a beginning of; originate by energetic means: because, to receive a city or an empire.
    • to help make provision for establishment of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: because, to receive an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base an individual's opinion; rely: followed closely by on or upon: as, i discovered upon the evidence of my sensory faculties.
    • To put the cornerstone of; fix, set, or location, as on anything solid; ground; base; establish on a basis, real or moral.
    • To east; type into shape by casting in a mold, as metal or a metallic article.
    • To make the first measures or actions in erecting or increase; start to raise; make a newbie of; originate by energetic means: as, to found a city or an empire.
    • To set the foundation of; fix, set, or location, as on some thing solid; surface; base; establish on a basis, actual or moral.
    • To take the very first tips or steps in erecting or building up; begin to raise; make a newbie of; originate by energetic means: since, to found a city or an empire.
    • to create supply for the organization of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: since, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To put the foundation of; fix, set, or place, as on anything solid; floor; base; establish on a basis, physical or ethical.
    • To base a person's viewpoint; rely: followed by on or upon: as, i discovered upon evidence of my senses.
    • to help make provision for organization of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: since, to receive an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base an individual's viewpoint; rely: followed closely by on or upon: as, i discovered upon evidence of my senses.
    • To east; type into shape by casting in a mold, as steel or a metallic article.
    • To accelerate; get (for or seek some thing); strive.
    • To take the first tips or measures in erecting or accumulating; begin to raise; make a newbie of; originate by energetic means: since, to found a city or an empire.
    • to help make supply when it comes to institution of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: since, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • To east; type into shape by casting in a mold, as steel or a metallic article.
    • To base one's viewpoint; rely: followed closely by on or upon: as, I found upon the data of my sensory faculties.
    • To put the cornerstone of; fix, set, or place, as on something solid; surface; base; establish on a basis, real or moral.
    • To use the very first measures or measures in erecting or gathering; start to raise; make a beginning of; originate by active means: because, to receive a city or an empire.
    • To east; form into form by casting in a mold, as material or a metallic article.
    • To hasten; go (to get or look for one thing); strive.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • To hasten; go (getting or look for anything); strive.
    • To make supply for the organization of; originate by present, grant, or endowment: since, to found an institution or a professorship by bequest.
    • To base one's opinion; depend: followed closely by on or upon: as, i came across upon the evidence of my senses.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.
    • To accelerate; go (for or look for some thing); strive.
    • To east; type into form by casting in a mold, as metal or a metallic article.
    • A dialectal variation of fond, fand.
    • To hasten; go (to get or seek something); strive.
    • A dialectal variant of fond, fand.

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