Trace and Yard


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Trace noun – A mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it.
Yard is an antonym for trace.
Nearby Words: track, traced, tracing, traceable, tracking
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Yard noun – A considerable amount.
Usage example: a composer who produced yards of gorgeous music over the course of a long career

Trace is an antonym for yard.
Nearby Words: yardage, yarding
Antonyms for Yard
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How words are described

complete complete trace complete yard
active active trace active yard
entire entire trace entire yard
little little trace little yard
Other adjectives: naked, abandoned, final, few, local.

Both words in one sentence

  • Western Animation / Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century Never Found the Body: During one fight, Moriarty tells Holmes that the Yard won't be able to find any trace of him if he falls into a laser field below.
  • Film / Halloween (1978) Especially egregious at an earlier point of the film; Laurie sees Michael staring at her from a neighbor's yard, but after a close-up on Laurie that lasts all of a few seconds, he's gone without a trace, with no sign that Laurie had even taken her eyes off of him.
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