She explained that “filial laws” are a vestige of English rule.
It would erase any vestige of Israeli-Palestinian security cooperation.
Maybe this approach is a vestige of this male/female hegemony.
And both are now shedding any vestige of a democratic appearance.
In all three categories, almost all anti-gay laws are a vestige of European colonialism, and date back approximately 150 years.
And the air was tainted and vitiated by the emanations from them, the owners having no vestige of regard for other peoples health.
Every vestige of aboriginal architecture has disappeared from the surface of the city.
But they left us in the forest, and heavy rain came on, which obliterated every vestige of their footsteps.
Surprise, agitation, weakness, had robbed me of every vestige of my voice.
No vestige of Hat Island is left now; every shred of it is washed away.
c.1600, from French vestige "a mark, trace, sign," from Latin vestigium "footprint, trace," of unknown origin.
vestige ves·tige (věs'tĭj)
A rudimentary or degenerate, usually nonfunctioning, structure that is the remnant of an organ or a part that was fully developed or functioning in a preceding generation or an earlier stage of development.