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used in Throne of Glass

25 uses
  • The king traced a mark on the glass arm of his seat.
    p. 388.1
  • The King of Adarlan had outlawed it all—magic, Fae, faeries—and removed any trace so thoroughly that even those who had magic in their blood almost believed it had never really existed, Celaena herself being one of them.
    p. 31.2
  • Before someone could enter and notice, Celaena swept a foot over the tracks, destroying any trace, and stuffed the flowers into a nearby satchel.
    p. 32.8
  • She traced a finger over a splotch of fuchsia silk on her dress.
    p. 56.7
  • She traced the letters in the air.
    p. 56.9
  • She traced a finger along the beading on her skirts, watching it shimmer in the afternoon light.
    p. 71.6
  • She traced the moonlight to where it lapped upon the tapestry-covered wall.
    p. 171.9
  • Not a trace of aggression or bloodlust lay across her features.
    p. 179.1
  • She traced it with her finger, then traced it again.
    p. 183.7
  • She traced it with her finger, then traced it again.
    p. 183.7
  • Though she'd brought three of her makeshift weapons, she'd found no trace of whatever had been growling and screeching last night.
    p. 193.3
  • And no trace of Elena, either.
    p. 193.3
  • Unless someone had moved them upon finding the body, there was no trace of them.
    p. 195.1
  • There aren't any signs of them being extinguished before the attack—there are no traces of sooty water.
    p. 225.8
  • She gently traced a finger along the eastern coast.
    p. 226.9
  • She wanted to touch him, to trace the line between his tan skin and the golden lining of the fabric.
    p. 232.9
  • How strange it was to hear Dorian, son of the man who had banished and outlawed all traces of magic, talking about powerful amulets.
    p. 266.6
  • She saw the book immediately, tucked against the back wall, but as her fingers grappled onto the cover, a glimmer of candlelight traced a white line across the floor beneath her bed.
    p. 267.9
  • She examined a rosebush and traced a long nail along the curve of a thorn.
    p. 306.8
  • She ran a finger over each of the chalk-white scars, tracing their curve, then wiggled her fingers to ensure no nerves had been severed.
    p. 318.8
  • There was blood only in your bedroom—no traces of it in the hallway or anywhere else.
    p. 319.5
  • The princess traced a mark on her hand, her fingers pressing into Celaena's skin.
    p. 321.3
  • Tucked close to the folds of her cloak, nearly concealed there, her fingers were rapidly moving—tracing symbols in the air.
    p. 363.2
  • She traced her fingers across Celaena's brow.
    p. 364.9
  • Cain was close, not a trace of shadow around him.
    p. 366.8

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