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trace
used in Interview with the Vampire

10 uses
  • "This is what you want?" he whispered, his pale lips manifesting only the barest trace of movement.
    Part 4 (88% in)
  • He'd been much pleased by the beauty of the china used for his father's supper; and he liked the feel of the velvet drapes, and he traced the patterns of the carpets with his toe.
    Part 1 (19% in)
  • I was seeing in it the first traces of fear, or something worse and deeper than fear.
    Part 1 (70% in)
  • The vampire kiss had left no visible trace except the wound, no inalterable change on the pale pink flesh.
    Part 3 (49% in)
  • His face was as tranquil as always, his smooth, white forehead beneath the shock of his auburn hair without a trace of care, his large eyes reflecting on me, his lips still.
    Part 3 (70% in)
  • A cry rose in me, a wild, consuming cry that came from the bowels of my being, rising up like the wind in that narrow place, the wind that swirled the rains teeming on those ashes, beating at the trace of a tiny hand against the bricks, that golden hair lifting, those loose strands rising, flying upwards.
    Part 3 (88% in)
  • This he did very fast, without a trace of pleasure; and after he was finished, he gathered her child up from the bassinet, wrapped it gently in a blue wool blanket, and came out again into the street.
    Part 4 (19% in)
  • " 'The wood, the wood,' said the blond vampire feebly, and, as he motioned to the other to hand him the fuel by his chair, I saw clearly, unmistakably, the profile of Lestat, that smooth skin now devoid of even the faintest trace of his old scars.
    Part 4 (25% in)
  • But Lestat had his dry hands on mine now, drawing me towards him and towards the warmth, and I could see the tears welling in his eyes; and only when his mouth was stretched in a strange smile of desperate happiness that was near to pain did I see the faint traces of the old scars.
    Part 4 (30% in)
  • The flesh of his lips was dark, almost rose in color, and the veins of his temples and his hands were mere traces on his skin, and his face was youthful and smooth.
    Part 4 (95% in)

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