verb (used with object), re·traced, re·trac·ing.
Origin of retrace
verb (used with object), re-traced, re-trac·ing.
Origin of re-trace
Examples from the Web for retrace
Historical Examples of retrace
But he did not retrace his steps in order to remonstrate with her severely in the street.The Secret Agent
With what emotions would she trace and retrace her own eventful story!Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I
Francis Augustus Cox
I knew it must be near noontime, so I began to retrace my way.
They turned, and with Sim between them Ralph and Rotha began to retrace their steps.The Shadow of a Crime
Yoga Rama repeatedly asked me to trace and retrace all the letters of the name.Telepathy
W. W. Baggally