- Could he
**find his**way home over the tiles on a dark night? - My baby, you will never
**find his**equal. - Dazed, he stumbled about and could not
**find his**way. - He could
**find his**game, and watch it. - He must find her; he must
**find his**child.

- Brian will
**find his**directly. - Could he
**find his**way in the darkness? - But he must
**find his**own way there. - Leglosse was the first to
**find his**voice. - She reached out her hand to
**find his**. - He desired that each man should
**find his**own. - There he was to go and
**find his**destiny. - Enoch was the first to
**find his**voice. - How would he
**find his**uncle? - How can one
**find his**way among them? - He could
**find his**way around in them. - It is better for the pupil to
**find his**own phrases. - For an instant he could not
**find his**voice. - He left her and went to
**find his**wife. - Page had therefore to
**find his**education elsewhere. - Where must the student
**find his**problems? - He would
**find his**mistake in a moment. - Yet he did not
**find his**sense of humour laughing at it. - We cannot
**find his**five hundred subscribers yet. - He answered that he was trying to
**find his**way homeward. - He pictured his return to
**find his**partner gone. - You do not cut a man open to
**find his**sins. - Why did the piper go forth to
**find his**kin? - He could not
**find his**joys where she would find hers. - This he would do also if he could
**find his**man. - Great was his joy to
**find his**mother accept with alacrity. - Then he went to the morning-room to
**find his**wife. - He said all this hurrying to the door to
**find his**father. - He had set out to
**find his**erstwhile traveling companion. - Each man must
**find his**earth and his own heaven. - He turned to
**find his**foster-mother watching him. - He seemed quite unable to
**find his**voice. - Some
**find his**penmanship a little hard to decipher. - He could
**find his**materials much more quickly and easily. - It took him a long time to
**find his**way to the hold.