Find faulte is rather a loss: it is better than 'fault-finder.'
This God of his is the fault-finder of eternity, the miser of paradise.
She is that most hopeless of fault-finders,—a fault-finder from principle.
It was the one dubious compliment which Rose extracted, without meaning it, from the fault-finder.
"I'm afraid you're a bit of a fault-finder," said Mrs. Hatchard, shaking her head at him.
Altogether, Ma Harris began to realize that the way of the fault-finder is sometimes as hard as that of the transgressor.
A critic is not a fault-finder, necessarily; you are very plain.
That is the one the fault-finder said produced such deep depression of feeling.
I want to know what the fault-finder lays to your charge, what solemn admonition has called up the roses on those fair cheeks!
But her fault-finder was not going to let her escape the subject like that.