verb (used with object), re-traced, re-trac·ing.
Origin of re-trace
Related Words for re-tracereevaluate, reexamine, amend, rethink, review, revise, reassess, convert, return, shift, move, transform, twist, switch, swing, change, enhance, reinforce, heighten, rearrange
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Historical Examples of 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
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