Trace and Whole

Trace

Trace noun - A mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it.

Whole is an antonym for trace in evidence topic.

Nearby Words: track, traced, tracing, traceable, tracking

Whole

Whole noun - A complete amount of something.

Trace is an antonym for whole.

Nearby Words: wholesome, wholeness

How words are described

complete complete trace complete whole
single single trace single whole
entire entire trace entire whole
slow slow trace slow whole
Other adjectives: little.
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