verb. ['ˈtreɪs'] follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something.
- watch over
- keep abreast
- keep up
- keep an eye on
Words that Rhyme with Trace
Example sentences of the word trace
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The majority of English polo ponies trace their lineage back to Rosewater, a small English thoroughbred stallion.
2. Noun, singular or mass
This step is to cut the grease, making sure to get every trace of greasy residue.
3. Verb, base form
Use a marker or pen to trace around the moss shapes.
Quotes containing the word trace
1. Art is the child of Nature; yes, her darling child, in whom we trace the features of the mother's face, her aspect and her attitude.
2. I am decidedly of the opinion that in very many instances we can trace such a necessary connexion, especially among birds, and often with more complete success than in the case which I have here attempted to explain.
- Alfred Russel Wallace
3. If every trace of any single religion were wiped out and nothing were passed on, it would never be created exactly that way again. There might be some other nonsense in its place, but not that exact nonsense. If all of science were wiped out, it would still be true and someone would find a way to figure it all out again.
- Penn Jillette, God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales
noun. ['ˈtreɪs'] a just detectable amount.
- small indefinite amount
verb. ['ˈtreɪs'] make a mark or lines on a surface.
noun. ['ˈtreɪs'] an indication that something has been present.
verb. ['ˈtreɪs'] pursue or chase relentlessly.
- give chase
- go after
verb. ['ˈtreɪs'] to go back over again.
noun. ['ˈtreɪs'] a drawing created by superimposing a semitransparent sheet of paper on the original image and copying on it the lines of the original image.
noun. ['ˈtreɪs'] either of two lines that connect a horse's harness to a wagon or other vehicle or to a whiffletree.
- stay in place
noun. ['ˈtreɪs'] a suggestion of some quality.
verb. ['ˈtreɪs'] make one's course or travel along a path; travel or pass over, around, or along.