Scrabble word: TRAIL
In which Scrabble dictionary does TRAIL exist?
Definitions of TRAIL in dictionaries:
- noun - a track or mark left by something that has passed
- noun - a path or track roughly blazed through wild or hilly country
- noun - evidence pointing to a possible solution
- verb - to lag or linger behind
- verb - go after with the intent to catch
- verb - move, proceed, or walk draggingly or slowly
- verb - hang down so as to drag along the ground
- verb - drag loosely along a surface
- To allow to drag or stream behind, as along the ground: The dog ran off, trailing its leash.
- To drag (the body, for example) wearily or heavily.
- To follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting; track.
- To follow the course taken by; pursue: trail a fugitive.
- To follow behind: several cruisers trailed by an escorting destroyer.
- To lag behind (an opponent): trailed the league leader by four games.
- To drag or be dragged along, brushing the ground: The queen’s long robe trailed behind.
- To extend, grow, or droop loosely over a surface: vines trailing through the garden.
- To drift in a thin stream: smoke trailing from a dying fire.
- To become gradually fainter; dwindle: His voice trailed off in confusion.
- To walk or proceed with dragging steps; trudge.
- To be behind in competition; lag: trailing by two goals in the second period.
- Something that hangs loose and long: Trails of ticker tape floated down from office windows.
- Something that is drawn along or follows behind; a train: the senator, followed by a trail of reporters.
- A succession of things that come afterward or are left behind: left a trail of broken promises.
- A mark or trace left by something that has moved or been dragged by.
- A succession of such marks indicating a course taken; a track: the trail of a hunted animal.
- A marked or beaten path, as through woods or wilderness.
- An overland route: the pioneers’ trail across the prairies.
- The part of a gun carriage that rests or slides on the ground.
- The act of trailing.
- verb - to drag along a surface