trail away

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trail away

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trail off

vb
(intr, adverb) to become fainter, quieter, or weaker: his voice trailed off.
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If you give them enoughtime, the paperweights trail off into what they
John Cannarella and Joshua Spechler revealed that the charts produced by the Google Trends service show Facebook searches peaked in December 2012, but since begun to trail off, the Guardian reports.
A search team on Sunday rescued a stranded hiker from a snowed-in section of the Pacific Crest Trail off McKenzie Pass Highway.
Nearly three miles of the trail off Mill Road officially opened in October.
SKELMERSDALE UNITED got their FA Trophy trail off to a stunning start against Wakefield.
Research shows girls begin to trail off when they hit middle school.
Despite a popular and well-funded start, interest and finances quickly began to trail off and the course was temporarily closed at the outbreak of the Great War.
GOOD BEGINNER'S MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL The Emigrant Trail off State 89 toward Sierraville is gently rolling and mostly single-track, so you get that feeling of mountain biking, but there's nothing too technical.
I'm just as content to trail off on thoughts of Menahan Street, an actual place that may or may not resemble my illusive image of a slow-moving Brooklyn block fragranced with early supper and cigars.
It will be a big ask for Appalachian Trail off top weight, although we are claiming off him with Patrick Donaghy, who has ridden for us a few times before.
And while he started to say something about fitness consulting, he let that trail off.
While officials feel they are in decent shape for the February and November votes, they fear interest will trail off for the June ballot because it has nothing to do with the presidential race.