is there find_all method in re or regex module in python?

>>> text = "He was carefully disguised but captured quickly by police."
>>> re.findall(r"\w+ly", text)
['carefully', 'quickly']

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We import the re module.
2. We create a variable named text that contains a string.
3. We create a regular expression that looks for any word ending with ly.
4. We use the findall method to find all substrings in the text that match our regular expression.
5. We print out the result.