Definition of find a way in US English:

find a way

phrase

  • Discover a means of obtaining one's object.

    • ‘One day I hope we may find a way but it will require work on my mother's behalf as well as mine.’
    • ‘As I probably say far too often, they'd put a tax on breathing if they could find a way.’
    • ‘But think about it, if a kid wants to watch something, they will find a way to watch it.’
    • ‘He wanted to find a way to bring down the cost of motoring so that anyone could do it.’
    • ‘The children must find a way to get rid of him before their parents get home.’
    • ‘If the kids believe in it, I am sure the rest of the population can find a way to as well.’
    • ‘We should find a way to protect artists while permitting this sharing to survive.’
    • ‘If we do not find a way of resolving the sins of the past then we are doomed to repeat them.’
    • ‘You have to find a way of working that makes it dead easy to take full advantage of your inspired moments.’
    • ‘For years, people have struggled to find a way to remove the stigma of mental illness.’