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trace
used in Of Human Bondage

6 uses
  • He gave Philip a slight smile, in which was a trace of satisfied cunning at having circumvented his enemy once more.
    111-112 — Chapters 111-112 (13% in)
  • It traced its origin to an abbey school, founded before the Conquest, where the rudiments of learning were taught by Augustine monks; and, like many another establishment of this sort, on the destruction of the monasteries it had been reorganised by the officers of King Henry VIII and thus acquired its name.
    15-16 — Chapters 15-16 (0% in)
  • "I'm beginning to think you have at least a trace of talent.'
    43-44 — Chapters 43-44 (18% in)
  • Philip, watching his face, saw no trace of expression upon it.
    51-52 — Chapters 51-52 (10% in)
  • There was no trace of resentment in her voice and nothing to indicate that there was a rupture between them.
    71-72 — Chapters 71-72 (20% in)
  • It was a different William Carey from the William Carey he had known, and yet there were traces in the boy which might to an acute observer have suggested the man.
    111-112 — Chapters 111-112 (60% in)

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