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trace
used in The Horse Whisperer

13 uses
  • By then they'd searched every cobwebbed corner of every outbuilding on the ranch and found no trace of her.
    Thirty-five (15% in)
  • This comment and the fact that it was uttered without a trace of malice had given Annie such a shock that for several weeks she thought of little else than her relationship with Grace or, as she now saw it, her lack of one.
    Two (20% in)
  • Maybe she had reacted so harshly to his tears because somehow she could see in them a trace of that blame.
    Two (78% in)
  • But there was a trace of something perilously close to pity in the nurse's eyes and Annie swiftly broke the moment.
    Three (67% in)
  • Maybe she could place an ad in the Times to trace him?
    Six (86% in)
  • In his eyes there was not a trace of pity and she knew in that instant that she was accepted, not judged.
    Eighteen (69% in)
  • At his touch she closed her eyes and blindly let his fingers trace a delicate path from her temples to the corners of her mouth.
    Twenty-seven (68% in)
  • She looked down then took one of his hands in both of hers and cradled it palm upward in her lap, tracing the calluses with her fingers.
    Twenty-seven (74% in)
  • In the morning, when at last she found the courage to look at him, she saw no betraying trace of what had passed between them.
    Twenty-seven (86% in)
  • And thouigh his muscles still trembled to some deep untouchable vestige of fear that perhaps would always be there, he walked bravely and Tom knew that if the horse sensed no mirrored trace of it in Grace, then she might ride him too.
    Twenty-eight (53% in)
  • Every trace of the old ranch was gone.
    Thirty-one (29% in)
  • The sight of it moved him, though he knew not why, and he lowered his head and traced its length with his lips.
    Thirty-one (83% in)
  • If so, this morning, Tom felt not a trace of it.
    Thirty-two (5% in)

There are no more uses of "trace" in The Horse Whisperer.

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