trail

Part of speech: verb

To draw along lightly; drag or draw after; follow the trail of; trace; creep, as a plant.

Part of speech: noun

The track left by anything drawn over a surface; a track; beaten path.

Part of speech: noun

Anything trailed; a train, as of a gown.

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Usage examples "trail":

  1. They were gone, and only for this telephone call, I should have lost the trail entirely. - "The Case and The Girl", Randall Parrish.
  2. " I believe it is the trail of our brothers, the Cheyennes," said Little Raven. - "Three Sioux Scouts", Elmer Russell Gregor.
  3. Seen him foller him down the trail. - "Sundown Slim", Henry Hubert Knibbs.