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trace
used in Misery

8 uses
  • 'See what a DoBee I am, Annie?' he said without even a trace of a smile.
    Part 3 — Paul (81% in)
  • Annie came back, eyes trying to dart everywhere at once trying to trace the course of each carbonized page as it rose and seesawed.
    Part 1 — Annie (47% in)
  • He had become very familiar with them over the endless run of days he had lain here since coming out of the cloud, and now he traced them again, idly thinking of w words such as wicked and wretched and witchlike and wriggling.
    Part 1 — Annie (54% in)
  • He traced the phone cord with his eye, saw the small square module on the baseboard, saw that the jack was plugged into it.
    Part 1 — Annie (92% in)
  • After all, if they can't find any trace of him except that one bottle after here, they'll decide they better think some more about me.
    Part 3 — Paul (52% in)
  • The fact that he had been searching for traces of a hotshot writer named Paul Sheldon was reported, but Kushner's disappearance had not been linked, even speculatively, with Paul's own.
    Part 3 — Paul (68% in)
  • If the car had yielded traces of blood to forensic analysis (if, indeed, there had been a forensic analysis), the radio did not say so.
    Part 3 — Paul (68% in)
  • Paul knew that even an exhaustive analysis would turn up precious few traces of blood , his car had spent most of the spring with snowmelt running through it at flood-speed.
    Part 3 — Paul (69% in)

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

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