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vestige
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David Copperfield
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  • The door opened, and Agnes, gliding in, without a vestige of colour in her face, put her arm round his neck, and steadily said, ’Papa, you are not well.
  • I confine myself to throwing out the observation, that, at the hour and place I have indicated, may be found such ruined vestiges as yet ’Remain, ’Of ’A ’Fallen Tower, ’WILKINS MICAWBER.

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  • She had not yet lost the last vestige of hope.
  • The garden, with its golden apples (oranges), is gone now—no vestige of it remains.
    Twain, Mark  --  The Innocents Abroad

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