事蹟, 事跡, 古道具, 骨董, 古物, トレース, ごくわずか, 骨董品
Noun(1) an indication that something has been present
(1) It was good to have somewhere to go where there appeared to be a vestige of sanity, and River never made him feel unwelcome.(2) he waited patiently, but without a vestige of sympathy(3) This group are filthy in their habits, without a vestige of discipline, and are cowards to a degree.(4) Like all myths, there is a vestige of truth in the caricature.(5) For this flood, ministers have produced not a vestige of proof.(6) Modern science see's this gland as an anomaly, a useless vestige from our ancestors with no known purpose.(7) Such a statement implies that the appendix represents a vestige of an organ with a former greater existence in the evolutionary sense, rather than in an earlier stage of its development.(8) One more twist is required to help this far-fetched plot attain a vestige of credibility.(9) Could this be a sign that we have lost the remaining vestiges of faith and hope in the triumph of the human spirit?(10) Instead, they were moments that struck me as evidence that the vestiges of basic human civility could remain, despite the all-encompassing hedonism and mechanism.(11) So these people, they were the real deal, the last remaining vestiges of a formerly powerful republic.(12) Now most buildings that retained vestiges of the colonial legacy in the city have had their design and designation changed.(13) I write with grave concern at what I understand to be extremely short-sighted and inappropriate proposals to change the very nature of one of the few remaining vestiges of Bolton's retail heritage.(14) It also saw the disappearance of the last vestiges of the old journalism, with news and photographs displacing advertisements on the front pages of even the most conservative papers.(15) Cut and bleeding, I finally managed to free myself from the thorn prison only to discover the last vestiges of sunlight disappearing over the horizon.(16) The ├ö├ç├┐splint bones,├ö├ç├û far from being useless vestiges of evolution, play an important role in the horse's leg.
1. remnant ::
2. bit ::
3. tincture ::
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