Proust is a world, and to return to him after an interval away is to discover and rediscover very different things each time.
In so doing, you discover, you bring so much more to the table now that the notion of lost time is a moot one.
Historians have studied the question, and the answer is there for Murray to discover, if he wished.
The man, gripped by curiosity, drills a hole to discover what the pipe carries.
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Something lay on the ground; an object, she could not at first discover what.
Why part should be Latin, and part English, it is not easy to discover.
We have not been able to discover this epitaph, nor does it appear that it was ever translated by Cowper.
Washburn was the first to discover the opening, and point it out to me.
Whilst he spoke I thought I could discover a likeness in his face to my father.
c.1300, "divulge, reveal, disclose," from Old French descovrir "uncover, unroof, unveil, reveal, betray," from Late Latin discooperire, from Latin dis- "opposite of" (see dis-) + cooperire "to cover up" (see cover). At first with a sense of betrayal or malicious exposure (discoverer originally meant "informant"); the meaning "to obtain knowledge or sight of what was not known" is from 1550s. Related: Discovered; discovering.