Definition of Retracks

1. retrack [v] - See also: retrack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retracks

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

Literary usage of Retracks

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1. The Yale Literary Magazine by Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Yale University (1871)
"Happy is the heart, (Perfect rest to find, Which it long had lost In false ways that wind,) That retracks its steps. Thy own peace to prove, Pure, ..."

2. Fabliaux Or Tales by Legrand, George Ellis, Gregory Lewis Way (1815)
"Rous'd at the last, disquieted and vex'd He scans the wood with various paths perplex'd; With fruitless diligence retracks his way, Till sunk the westering ..."

3. Fabliaux Or Tales, Abridged from French Manuscripts of the XIIth and XIIIth by Legrand, George Ellis, Gregory Lewis Way (1815)
"Rous'd at the last, disquieted and vex'd He scans the wood with various paths perplex'd; With fruitless diligence retracks his way, Till sunk the westering ..."

4. Fabliaux Or Tales, Abridged from French Manuscripts of the XIIth and XIIIth by Legrand, George Ellis, Gregory Lewis Way (1815)
"... With fruitless diligence retracks his way, Till sunk the westering sun, and clos'd the day; Then various paths assays, the sport of chance, ..."

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