spoor

[ spoo r, spawr, spohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF spoor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPOOR

Now they were casting about for a sign, like bloodhounds seeking the spoor of an enemy.

They continued to follow the "spoor" of the two hounds, left so plainly for their guidance.

At the end of April the spoor of two foxes was seen in the snow.

They might discover the spoor of his horse, and come to him.

Amongst other spoor, he was pleased to observe that of the hippopotamus.

Do you think, Congo, we had better follow the spoor we made in coming here?

The spoor of the giraffes must have been found and followed, or they would have been back before then.

Moreover, they had passed within twelve hours; I could tell that by the spoor.

They struck the spoor of the waggons three days ago and followed it.

The spoor of the waggons ran in the direction I wished to go, so I followed it.

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