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Spell check of trace

Correct spelling: trace

Synonyms:
espouse, prompting, bound, imprint, absorb, pull, ray, minimum, fringe, replicate, decode, touch modality, surveil, scrap, retrace, lick, hound, feel, guide, ghost, peanuts, ace, identify, dab, skosh, come after, jot, pittance, steer, ghostwriter, spatter, drag, find, keep abreast, uncover, footpath, force, feeling, gather, specify, arabesque, avenue, observe, hunt down, intimation, splash, circumscribe, figure, etch, bit, render, step, run across, watch over, hidden, footmark, delimit, whisker, pull out, footprint, distinguish, redraw, lead, smell, sense of touch, abide by, come, little, ring, nip, placement, soupcon, sign, take up, rim, taste, phantasma, pursue, pull back, suspicion, highway, tint, particle, pin down, depict, freeway, smidgen, tittle, mite, read up on, singularity, spectre, iota, taster, spark, keep up, ascertain, hint, leftover, discover, reproduce, draft, feature, stumble across, smack, proof, tracing, stick with, reconstruct, cutaneous senses, graze, attract, quarter, contact, MARKS, tip, sop up, track down, breath, distinction, remains, configuration, shadower, ounce, follow, border, name, pull in, hypnotism, chronology, be, revolt, nuance, relic, whit, a bit, take in, rough out, trifle, cast, vestige, withdraw, stick to, glint, streak, succeed, transcribe, copy, touching, whiff, dram, track, watch, coloration, puff, illustrate, granule, handle, keep an eye on, decrypt, outpouring, quality, grain, driblet, crumb, get, tad, evidence, smoke signal, strain, represent, profile, tactile sensation, determine, pick up, carriageway, glimmer, specter, exemplify, postdate, inkling, print, tincture, flicker, plan, procreate, wisp, get out, key, thruway, map, limit, set out, come on, edge, take after, construct, disembowel, pat, proffer, account, argyle, nib, string, array, quarry, draw off, accompany, pluck, locate, draw, line, delineate, run, boulevard, eviscerate, tail, drive, check, limn, thread, form, frame, doodle, comply, describe, imitate, trail, path, arterial, tactual sensation, morsel, paint, conform to, draw in, route, snippet, speck, turnpike, tinge, caricature, location, semblance, sprinkling, accessible, articulation, touch, echo, undertone, suggestion, survey, silhouette, property, travel along, among, shred, dash, key out, row, spot, touch sensation, pike, glimpse, define, street, scintilla, column, high road, modicum, phantasm, thoroughfare, piece, drop, peculiarity, flag, mesmerism, make, give up, characteristic, flyspeck, road, fireworks, dig out, snap, artery, wraith, fraction, contour, confidential information, rebel, fall out, set forth, pathway, tone, proposition, clue, hunt, trait, darkness, apparition, reap, phantom, hair, signpost, play along, report, suck up, adopt, sketch, establish, expressway, big, gleam, brush, shade, soak up, dark, indication, smithereen, imbibe, pass, fantasm, roadway, clone, break away, draw and quarter, glitter, come across, mark, signature, show, delimitate, run along, whisper, decipher, pinch, arrangement, scruple, fragment, tie, take out, sample, outline, find out, character, shadow, atom, wind, footstep, attribute, skin senses, duplicate, a little, gather up.

Antonyms:
heaps, potful, lump, fistful, wealth, profusion, abundance, overflow, barrel, oodles, gobs, hunk, raft, mountain, loads, embarrassment, bushel, peck, superabundance, reams, quantity, excess, overkill, plenty, saturation, lashings, much, permeation, boatload, deal, slab, overabundance, mass, surfeit, overage, pile, lot, bundle, mess, pervasion, surplus, overmuch, oversupply, wad, bucket, superfluity, stack, scads, passel, volume, chunk, bonanza.

Examples of usage:

1) There was a trace of colour in Laura Waynefleet's face, and she quivered a little under his grasp, but she looked at him steadily, and read his mind in his eyes. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) There was, however, only astonishment, and, Nasmyth fancied, a trace of relief in Violet Hamilton's face. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) She looked around with a start, and a faint trace of embarrassment crept into her face at the sight of him. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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