Discovery in a sentence

Definition of Discovery

Something discovered. | (uncountable) The discovering of new things. | (countable, archaic) An act of uncovering or revealing something; a revelation.

How to use Discovery in a Sentence?

  • The discovery of the strait is noted, with a brief description of its location.
  • And there are also certain stories of the discovery and acquisition of some unique objects of art.
  • It was better to lose a part than run the risk of discovery by weighting himself too much.
  • This method is of interest, since it is the one which led to the discovery of oxygen.
  • The doctor soon made the same discovery with professional acuteness, and applied it much further.
  • Yet the sudden discovery so agitated me that I felt unable to give my Latin lesson.
  • It was to him that she confided her discovery that social life is far more pleasing after dinner than before.
  • On the other hand, the discovery of abstractions was the great source of all mental improvement in after ages.
  • No one opposed their advance across the open and they reached the gate without discovery here they halted a minute.
  • The effect of this is heightened by the accidental manner in which the discovery is made, as the result of a scientific division.
  • Renouard had no doubt that all the means of publicity would be put at the service of love and used for the discovery of the loved man.
  • He had dropped down on a log, after the discovery of the dictionary, as if his knees were too weak to sustain him.
  • The silence that followed the announcement of this discovery was broken only by the sound of Jones minor biting an apple.
  • One day an expert in the discovery of precious stones came along, and saw in this pile a block of jade of great value.
  • The discovery of these slight signs was more appalling to Byrne than the absolute absence of every mark would have been.
  • He showed me, just now, a delectable sight in the armoury, a discovery which cost him five hundred guineas.
  • In using this language, we do not wish to be understood as laying claim to the discovery of any great truth, or any new principle.
  • Color is lent to this story by the discovery that the Luthers at Moehra were generally violent folk.
  • Yet Gray felt sure that he had reached the right spot, and a discovery he made after a brief survey supported his opinion.
  • The work was progressing finely, till the officers were suddenly removed from Salisbury in consequence of the discovery of a great plot.
  • When the magician sent for the Prince to come to him, the frozen breath replied to the messengers, and so delayed the discovery of his escape.
  • The discovery which disheartened Luther was, that while he was outwardly leading the life of a blameless monk, his inward life was not improved.
  • This process has been made possible by the discovery of the Chili niter beds and the potassium chloride of the Stassfurt deposits.
  • Following the discovery of gold in California in January 1848, that region sprang into immediate prominence.
  • The discovery of this good woman was a stroke of luck for Val, though certainly Haidee did not consider it so.

Short Example Sentence for Discovery

  • What a terrible discovery was in store for me!
  • The discovery was both a surprise and a delight.
  • The discovery was a stroke of luck.
  • This was a discovery they made after purchase.
  • After this discovery he was fit to face anything.
  • She made the discovery of her gift quite by accident.
  • Bernard Hertzog at this discovery was in consternation.
  • The Editor had another discovery to announce.
  • This unexpected discovery meant much to Kallash.
  • That no other commissions for expeditions of discovery be given for ten years.
  • It was rather startling like the discovery of a new faculty in himself.
  • Dave came back to the camp spot to make a new discovery that puzzled him.
  • Are not the ministers of that Church afraid of every new discovery in science?
  • For all I knew he might have been her discovery just as I was.
  • The discovery of Britten happened to me when we were both in the Lower Fifth.

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