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Police report that he was so startled by being tracked down so quickly that he immediately confessed.

Firewood is tracked down to “source documentation,” which producers must provide to purchasers.

But photographer Jo Farrell has tracked down the last living survivors in the remote areas of China.

How far that may be is unclear, though we can only presume that it would involve jail time for those tracked down.

She tracked down her husband's body on Tuesday to an elementary school, serving as a makeshift morgue.

It was better to go out and hunt the hunter than to wait there and be tracked down.

A murmur of admiration for the relentless way in which the truth had been tracked down ran through the Court.

And we've tracked down the place where the flier cracked up and bit out a hole the size of a barony.

A man stopped Jimmy in the street and asked him if that was the dog that tracked down the German spy to his lair.

There was a chance that Hollis or Kovak had been recognized; in that case, they could be tracked down by televector.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to track/track down, such as: apprehend, beat the bushes, be hot on the trail, bird-dog, bring to light, and capture.

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