On the trail, both candidates have moved to thematic closing arguments rather than launching new broadsides.
Can you be a trailblazer when no one has followed your trail?
Blonde, pretty, and all smiles on the trail, she beat a right-wing incumbent in a three-way battle.
This personal-political linkage is likely to serve Bachmann well on the trail.
Plus, people are still allowed to hike and ride horseback on this part of the trail.
On every road and trail leading from the city, Marine hunted Cacos.
You told us yesterday that your ancestors not only made the trail but also the law of the trail.
We never thought of following the trail of the Indians to recover our horses.
Pen interrupted nervously: "A couple of men are coming up the trail."
She would find it and catch one last glimpse of Job on the trail.
c.1300, "to hang down loosely and flow behind," from Old French trailler "to tow," ultimately from Vulgar Latin *tragulare "to drag," from Latin tragula "dragnet," probably related to trahere "to pull" (see tract (n.1)). The meaning "follow the trail of" (an animal, etc.) is first recorded late 14c. Related: Trailed; trailing.
early 14c., "trailing part of a robe, gown, etc.," from the source of trail (v.). The meaning "track or smell left by a person or animal" is also from 1580s. Meaning "path or track worn in wilderness" is attested from 1807.