vestige

[ ves-tij ]SEE DEFINITION OF vestige

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VESTIGE

Not a vestige of the chest remained but a few splintered pieces of iron.

There was not a vestige of hope for the vessel, such was the fury of the wind and the violence of the waves.

I could not recognize a single landmark, or discover the least vestige of a path.

There is not a vestige nor indication of carving or decoration of any sort or kind.

There was now no vestige of the smile on his round white face.

Every vestige of aboriginal architecture has disappeared from the surface of the city.

Not a vestige of the Argonauts ever turned up; not a sound came out of the waste.

Surprise, agitation, weakness, had robbed me of every vestige of my voice.

A vestige, an anachronism, handed down from centuries before.

They robbed all the multitude of mankind of every vestige of importance.

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