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trace
used in Frankenstein

13 uses
  • When I quitted Geneva my first labour was to gain some clue by which I might trace the steps of my fiendish enemy.
    Chapter 24 (2% in)
  • Thus far I have gone, tracing a secure way over the pathless seas, the very stars themselves being witnesses and testimonies of my triumph.
    Introductory Letters (50% in)
  • We have no trace of him at present, although our exertions to discover him are unremitted; but they will not restore my beloved William!
    Chapter 7 (15% in)
  • Six years had elapsed, passed in a dream but for one indelible trace, and I stood in the same place where I had last embraced my father before my departure for Ingolstadt.
    Chapter 7 (68% in)
  • In a thousand spots the traces of the winter avalanche may be perceived, where trees lie broken and strewed on the ground, some entirely destroyed, others bent, leaning upon the jutting rocks of the mountain or transversely upon other trees.
    Chapter 10 (21% in)
  • The spirit of elder days found a dwelling here, and we delighted to trace its footsteps.
    Chapter 19 (31% in)
  • It had a wild and rocky appearance, but as I approached nearer I easily perceived the traces of cultivation.
    Chapter 20 (83% in)
  • I carefully traced the windings of the land and hailed a steeple which I at length saw issuing from behind a small promontory.
    Chapter 20 (84% in)
  • I suppose some astonishment was exhibited in my countenance, for Mr. Kirwin hastened to say, "Immediately upon your being taken ill, all the papers that were on your person were brought me, and I examined them that I might discover some trace by which I could send to your relations an account of your misfortune and illness.
    Chapter 21 (55% in)
  • She looked forward to our union with placid contentment, not unmingled with a little fear, which past misfortunes had impressed, that what now appeared certain and tangible happiness might soon dissipate into an airy dream and leave no trace but deep and everlasting regret.
    Chapter 22 (75% in)
  • But I discovered no trace of him and was beginning to conjecture that some fortunate chance had intervened to prevent the execution of his menaces when suddenly I heard a shrill and dreadful scream.
    Chapter 23 (13% in)
  • Sometimes the peasants, scared by this horrid apparition, informed me of his path; sometimes he himself, who feared that if I lost all trace of him I should despair and die, left some mark to guide me.
    Chapter 24 (9% in)
  • But now, when I appeared almost within grasp of my foe, my hopes were suddenly extinguished, and I lost all trace of him more utterly than I had ever done before.
    Chapter 24 (30% in)

There are no more uses of "trace" in Frankenstein.

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