We did not find you among the dead, so we followed your spoor.
Now they were casting about for a sign, like bloodhounds seeking the spoor of an enemy.
They might discover the spoor of his horse, and come to him.
They continued to follow the "spoor" of the two hounds, left so plainly for their guidance.
We looked carefully for traces of spoor, yard by yard along the sand fringing the water.
Do you think, Congo, we had better follow the spoor we made in coming here?
The wound, bound with leaves to prevent its leaving a spoor which might be followed, evidently was becoming steadily more painful.
The spoor of the waggons ran in the direction I wished to go, so I followed it.
"It is all right here, anyway," said Hadden, pointing to the spoor that ran straight forward printed deep in the marshy ground.
We started on along the stream, following the spoor of the baboons as we best could.