Definition of sink without a trace
- The boat sank without a trace.
- Her first album was a big success, but after that she sank without a trace.
: to go to the bottom : submerge
: to become partly buried (as in mud)
: to become engulfed
: a pool or pit for the deposit of waste or sewage : cesspool
: a ditch or tunnel for carrying off sewage : sewer
: a stationary basin connected with a drain and usually a water supply for washing and drainage
: a minute and often barely detectable amount or indication
: an amount of a chemical constituent not always quantitatively determinable because of minuteness
: a mark or line left by something that has passed
: delineate, sketch
: to form (letters, figures, etc.) carefully or painstakingly
: to copy (something, such as a drawing) by following the lines or letters as seen through a transparent superimposed sheet
: either of two straps, chains, or lines of a harness for attaching a draft animal to something (such as a vehicle) to be drawn
: one or more vascular bundles supplying a leaf or twig
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