- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trail.
“But the name trailed me for quite a long time and I was not amused anymore.”
“I sailed with you for a couple months, but you were too wild and dan…ger… The word trailed off warily as Mort tried to step back, but he wasn’t quick enough.”
“To the sound of the exhausted police beating down the period-feature, iron-braced doors (wires trailed from the smashed entryphone), Maxinalon smiled a smile that was all percentages.”
“Quentin trailed after them, feeling and looking like a sulky child.”
“The design was made freehand with slip trailed from a jacquard bottle, like the others.”
“The latest Fox 5/The Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll asked Americans which mother has "had the most positive influence on America," and Mrs. McCain trailed the pack, with just 4 percent — well below Mrs. Obama, Mrs. Clinton and top-choice first lady Laura Bush.”
“Mutiny --" The word trailed off as he collapsed into his chair, and fell heavily forward to the deck on his face.”
“Henin trailed in each of the first four games, which took 24 minutes, but after taking a 3-1 lead she won 18 of the next 22 points.”
“The Bobcats again trailed by 8 at 85-77 following a basket by Felton with 3: 40 left.”
“Wisconsin trailed by four points early in fourth quarter when tight end Andy Crooks fell on his fumble in the end zone for a touchdown that put the Badgers ahead 27-24 with 14: 50 remaining.”
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