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noun as in sign, indication

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Eventually, these phenomena blow the last vestiges of the cloud away and leave behind a hive of young stars.

One of the last remaining vestiges of accountability is a list that states must publish each year of their worst-performing schools.

Davis is one of the last vestiges of the team’s hopeful past, a reminder of what was — and a reminder of how even the cores that franchises wait years for don’t always yield dynasties.

Smith, despite his impressive comeback and undeniable leadership qualities, is a vestige of the previous regime.

Despite the ill-suited controls, “Pikmin 3” still has many vestiges of its original charm.

You could hardly find a vestige of the splendid railroad depots, warehouses, etc.

The largest of an archipelago of islands, Santorini is the vestige of a single volcanic landmass that erupted around 1600 BC.

A deep, raspy voice seems the only vestige of the three decades he spent pounding his body with poisons.

She explained that “filial laws” are a vestige of English rule.

In all three categories, almost all anti-gay laws are a vestige of European colonialism, and date back approximately 150 years.

"You positively convulse me, you're so very humorous," said Robinson, without a vestige of a smile.

The last vestige of her prejudice against Indians had melted and gone, in the presence of their simple-hearted friendliness.

The memory of the late scene was still horribly in his mind, but no vestige of it remained.

No vestige was left of her stern or forecastle, both of which were before so very conspicuous.

They went, but to their surprise they found no vestige of horses having passed that way.


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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vestige, such as: glimmer, relic, remnant, residue, evidence, and hint.

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