Recent Examples of finder from the Web
No one is looking forward to losing what has been the most successful planet-finder in history—a mission that revealed there are more planets in the sky than stars.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse offers resources for where to find naloxone, including this naloxone finder, that allows people to enter their city or zip code and find overdose prevention programs that may offer the drug for free.
There, players can shoot stuff on Planet Doom, climb Mount Everest with Batman or, like Wade and his pals, use computer avatars to hunt for a literal Easter egg that will give the finder control of this online world plus half a trillion bucks.
Simply use a stud finder to locate the studs in your wall.
In some industries such payments would be called finder’s fees.
Nobody knew why the fish appeared, the Observer reported in 1996, but fish-finder screens darkened with mile-wide schools of 150- to 300-pound fish.
There's also a finder app available on Google Play.
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First Known Use of finder
FINDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of finder for English Language Learners
: a person who finds something that was lost
legal Definition of finder
- the finder of lost property has a right to it as against the world, except against the true owner
- —McDonald v. Railway Express Agency, 81 S.E.2d 525 (1954)
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