English words and Examples of Usage

use "trace" in a sentence

A five-day manhunt with cadaver dogs never found any trace of him.

Hell, it can trace its routes back to Hitchcock's Lifeboat (1944).

When you look at the numbers, they were very trace amounts."

“It is difficult to trace the account as it has been closed.

She said her son literally vanished into the night, without a trace.

And they want to trace a man seen in the area on the day of the murder.

The Wilkses trace their support for Cruz back to their humble beginnings.

You can trace all sorts of chronic business ills to bureaucratic behavior.

Smith’s work is part of an ocean monitoring program set up to trace the plume.

But authorities say there are still two victims of whom no trace has been found.

Searchers have yet to find any trace of the Boeing 777 or the 239 people aboard.

No trace of the people it carried; they would have arrived in the cover of night.

Obama’s hair was black without a trace of gray when he took office in January 2009.

It would be compelling to trace the cord that led to Momma Powell's decision making.

The project will allow researchers to trace, in detail, the origins of the house cat.

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