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traces

noun , plural of trace

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1 a mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it
  • the wolf came and went without leaving a trace on the hard, dry ground
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2 a passage cleared for public vehicular travel
  • an old trace that dates back to the days of the covered wagon
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3 a rough course or way formed by or as if by repeated footsteps
  • stay on the trace, or you'll get lost in these thick woods
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4 a tiny often physical indication of something lost or vanished
  • a ship that appears to have vanished without a trace on the high seas
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5 a very small amount
  • doctors detected only a trace of bacteria in the blood sample but put the patient on antibiotics just in case
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6 an almost imperceptible sign of something
  • there didn't seem to be so much as a trace of the truth to anything he said
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7 the mark or impression made by a foot
  • followed the traces of the deer into the deep woods
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