Definition of Retracked

1. retrack [v] - See also: retrack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retracked

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

Literary usage of Retracked

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1. Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico and California by John Taylor Hughes, Dewitt Clinton Allen, Charles R. Morehead (1907)
"The people of Missouri knew more than any others, for their traders, at least, during over twenty years previously, had laboriously tracked and retracked ..."

2. Finding the Worth-while in Europe by Albert B. Osborne (1913)
"On the Continent, alien foes were ever on the march, and foreign armies tracked and retracked the territory of every State; but no foreign foe ever landed ..."

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