discover (part of speech: verb)
locate (part of speech: verb)
- The committee hesitated, and then one by one came after us, more anxious, I think, to complete the fiasco than to unearth facts. - "Caves of Terror", Talbot Mundy.
- I don't want you and Letitia to think that I was just making catspaws of you both, and forcing you without knowing, to help me unearth him in his lair. - "The Princess Virginia", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.
- He also inspected the crypts of churches, to unearth traces of the priests' lubricity. - "The Aspirations of Jean Servien", Anatole France.