Relic and Trace


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Relic noun – A tiny often physical indication of something lost or vanished.
Usage example: a crude stone ax and other relics of the Neanderthals

Trace is a synonym for relic in remnant topic. In some cases you can use "Trace" instead a noun "Relic", when it comes to topics like leftover, something saved from the past. popular alternative
Nearby Word: relict
Synonyms for Relic


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Trace noun – A mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it.
Usage example: the wolf came and went without leaving a trace on the hard, dry ground

Relic is a synonym for trace in remains topic. You can use "Relic" instead a noun "Trace", if it concerns topics such as evidence, leftover. popular alternative
Nearby Words: track, traced, tracing, traceable, tracking
Synonyms for Trace

How words are described

single single relic single trace
small small relic small trace
real real relic real trace
little little relic little trace
Other adjectives: unique, possible, final, last, surviving.
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