vestige

Part of speech: noun

A visible trace or impression; originally, a footprint; track.

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Usage examples "vestige":

  1. Not a vestige of man, or of his works, was there. - "Roughing it in the Bush", Susanna Moodie.
  2. Whereupon the last vestige of Alene's resentment vanished. - "Peggy-Alone", Mary Agnes Byrne.
  3. And yet a vestige of a thought in me Will not submit, confess the sin. - "Domesday Book", Edgar Lee Masters.