discovered (part of speech: verb)
located (part of speech: verb)
- The crowd, however, was not down- hearted; it sang and shouted; and by and by, just outside the barbed- wire enclosure a rabbit was unearthed, and about three hundred young men with shrieks of excitement set about its capture. - "Afoot in England", W.H. Hudson.
- Within five minutes the swinging of the punka and the squeaking of the rope resumed, but regularly this time; Mahommed Gunga had apparently unearthed a man who understood the business. - "Rung Ho!", Talbot Mundy.
- But my assumption fits so perfectly with the facts that have been secretly unearthed and conveyed to me, that I can hardly conceive of another. - "Desperate Remedies", Thomas Hardy.