verb (used with object), re-traced, re-trac·ing.
Origin of re-trace
Examples from the Web for re-trace
So we must now march to meet him, and without losing an hour he must re-trace his steps toward Yunnan with his precious charge.The Daughter of Heaven|Judith Gautier
Dick had only time to draw the poor woman on one side, when he was compelled, with his companions, rapidly to re-trace his steps.Charley Laurel|W. H. G. Kingston