Found – Synonyms

05.06.23 Synonyms Time to read: 1min

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The word “found” means that something is brought into existence. Another word for “found” is established. However, more synonyms of the word “found” will be listed in this article.

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“Found” – General synonyms

The following illustrates other words for “found” that may be used in everyday conversation as well as in academic writing. Synonyms of the word “found” are:

  • Base
  • Conceive
  • Constitute
  • Create
  • Establish
  • Form
  • Fund
  • Inaugurate
  • Initiate
  • Innovate
  • Introduce
  • Launch
  • Organize
  • Originate
  • Plant
  • Produce
  • Settle
  • Start
  • To bring into being
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“Found” – Synonyms used in academic writing

In an academic context, the word “found” means the establishment of something. Synonyms for “found” used in academic writing will be shown below.

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“Found” Synonyms Examples
Base The case was found on insufficient evidence.
The case was based on insufficient evidence.
Establish The university was founded in 1993.
The university was established in 1993.
Introduce The American dream was founded by the Founding Fathers.
The American dream was introduced by the Founding Fathers.