Definition of Retraces

1. Verb. (third-person singular of retrace) ¹



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Definition of Retraces

1. retrace [v] - See also: retrace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retraces

retouchers
retouches
retouching
retouchings
retour
retoured
retouring
retours
retrace
retraceable
retraced
retracement
retracements
retracer
retracers
retraces (current term)
retracing
retrack
retracked
retracking
retracks
retract
retractable
retractables
retractably
retractate
retractation
retractations
retracted
retracted publication

Literary usage of Retraces

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1. The Ellis Correspondence: Letters Written During the Years 1686, 1687, 1688 by John Ellis (1829)
"The King retraces his steps.—Rumours respecting the Dutch fleet: and great consternation in England. London, Sept. 29th, 1688. DEAR SIR, I HAD yours of the ..."

2. The Ellis Correspondence: Letters Written During the Years 1686, 1687, 1688 by John Ellis (1829)
"The King retraces his steps.—Rumours respecting the Dutch fleet: and great consternation in England. London, Sept. 29th, 1688. DEAR SIR, I HAD yours of the ..."

3. The Life and Times of Montrose: Illustrated from Original Manuscripts by Mark Napier (1840)
"... brought by the Bard of Keppoch—retraces his Steps in search of Argyle—His forced March across the Mountains of Lochaber—Battle of Inver- lochy—Song of ..."

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