The field of view of the finder is crossed by two pairs of hairlines, making a square of about twelve minutes on a side by their intersection at the center.
Witch-finder" he calls himself in his book; only the frontispiece has "Witch Finder Generall.
To these lines an early editor added the note: "The Witch-finder in Suffolk, who in the Presbyterian Times had a Commission to discover Witches.
The findersold this relic for bullion, at the price of thirteen guineas.
The value of the articles discovered in mere bullion exceeded £100, and it is doubtful if the treasure-finder did not privately dispose of more before his good fortune was known.
The owner of the soil only gets the value if he has ordered a servant expressly to dig for any such thing, or, of course, if he is the finder himself.
The finder having accidentally lost his gun-flint, went to the spot to look for a flint to replace it, and in searching about he discovered the antique.
Another measure which has secured a good many objects for the Museum is the payment of the finder as soon as possible.
The finder had to give them up to the Crown without any remuneration.
Nor did its finder comprehend the vast influence it was to possess, not only upon the residents of California and Nevada, but upon the travel-loving and sight-seeing portion of the population of the whole world.
So a range-finder on a battleship can in a short time signal to the gun-pointer just how far away a certain hostile ship or a target may be.
The target was just coming into view, and through the range-finder the distance was quickly computed.
And seeing that none of them could help him, he now sought for a very clever finder of hidden things, and meeting such a one at last, he took him home.
And when this had happened, the spirit finder declared: "It would seem that spirits have here found a difficult task.
And now the great finder of hidden things began calling down sleep with all his might over that one remaining.
Charles cast a glance back, but he could not divine Why the man on Path Finder should make him a sign, Nor why Hadrian's rider should shout, and then point, With his head nodded forward and a jerked elbow joint.
He had not yet replaced it--absorbed, doubtless, in watching in his finder what Tarrano was doing with us.
But Grille, the attendant back at the bridge, evidently had hisfinder on me, out of plain curiosity.
The finder was a churchman--a man of the highest character and a member of a celebrated ecclesiastical family.
The said finder firmly believed in the story of the Bisley Boy.
To-day such a functionary as a witch-finder exists, it is true; but only amongst the very lowest and most debased savages.
The witch-finder never recovered from the shock of Caule’s vigorous attack.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "finder" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.