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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "run" in a sentence

    run example sentences

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    running


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    1. It was far from the same thing, and where did that leave Leand in her parentage? Did she have three parents, but didn't the child who became the ghost also have two? Could he ever make love to such a creature? He had made love to such a creature, made love to her so much that she ran from him


    2. Jorma had no translation for the curses in Portuguese that Herndon bellowed as he ran across the dock and dived into the boat's cabin


    3. He ran and grabbed for the horn hanging off the wall of the guard station and blew


    4. Another child, maybe five years old in red coveralls, ran up to his mother’s legs


    5. ” He giggled and ran off while the mother read a magazine


    6. Violet ran out to the entrance ahead of her mother


    7. “Now!” Scar barked as a trickle of blood ran down his neck


    8. He ran over and quickly opened his closet, revealing piles of clothes heaped on top of each other in the middle of the floor


    9. Not that it mattered, Scar never ran from anything, ever


    10. “When they ran out of corpses to catapult over the walls, records say that an old bearded man took two axes to the wall and attempted to scale it in the dead of night


















































































    1. "Let me run up and see what's taking her so long


    2. “They run that bar


    3. the decision to write a character out, it will usual y be because of the fact that the actor wishes to depart or because the part has run its full course


    4. · To realize that in the long run good and bad things are bound to cancel out each other


    5. The shower had not been run recently, since before Ava and Herndon came down was his guess


    6. He could either stay and get overrun or he could run and try to make a break for it


    7. You are just innocent bystanders that Ava happened to run into along the way


    8. Many years ago when tests were run on the toxicity of DE, it was found to be beneficial to the animals fed with it as they gained weight and seemed healthier then those not fed DE


    9. Psalms: 119:32: I will run the way of thy commandments, when thou shalt enlarge my heart


    10. If you use the Underground Exterminator ( see more information on this product at end of chapter) then you simply place one end of your garden hose into the tunnel and hook up the other end to your cars exhaust system and run the car for about 1/2 hr


















































































    1. " He jumped up and got into action, running up the path to the house


    2. She ducked quickly out the door, her running footsteps danced down the path in haste, she was agile and in good condition


    3. · Regular, active exercise such as swimming and running, raises our heart rate and may greatly reduce hardening and blockage of the arteries, a condition known as arteriosclerosis that is a major cause of heart disease and stroke


    4. When you have an intuition you are making a decision and you are running through your mind the different scenarios that may occur based on your


    5. Another cloud crossed her mind, Yorthop's years in the central city were running short, she feared that might be the reason for this invitation


    6. “I turn it on first thing in the morning, and then it’s up and running just before lunch time


    7. By the time she got to the door she was sure it was Herndon by his voice and found herself running into his arms


    8. After that, mermaids became a running joke around the house


    9. He wrestled with the man to get free, knocking him down and running


    10. With his free hand, Vald swatted and twisted apart the men running and crawling from the wreckage


















































































    1. A moose runs across the road right in front of us


    2. Tobias runs a hand through his hair


    3. The gopher or mole sees its reflection and runs away - plus, they can’t dig through the bottles


    4. runs in the eighth inning to


    5. He holds services in the local pubs and is chaplain to both the local college and the steam railway which runs nearby


    6. This unified field of energy, that runs through all things


    7. They are largely the dangers of a fine mental concept that runs ahead of the capacity of the physical body


    8. ’ He said, pondering the question as he runs a comb absentmindedly through his hair


    9. He runs his fingers down her arm, then her thigh, pulls her closer to him, inspects her hair, kisses it


    10. She walks slowly past him, runs her hand over his

















































































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    Synonyms for "run"

    run tally running running game running play test trial discharge outpouring ladder ravel foot race footrace campaign political campaign streak rill rivulet runnel streamlet unravel melt melt down go move race hunt hunt down track down draw guide pass function operate work play carry ply consort bleed course feed flow break away bunk escape fly the coop head for the hills hightail it lam run away scarper scat take to the woods turn tail black market execute die hard endure persist prevail run for extend lead be given incline lean tend range series set motion progress extent passage period interval spell stream brook channel burn standard average ordinary regular track route field way crowd bevy flock gaggle herd pack covey hurry hasten rush dash flee speed scurry pour flood proceed leak climb trail creep

    "run" definitions

    a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely


    the act of testing something


    a race run on foot


    an unbroken series of events


    (American football) a play in which a player attempts to carry the ball through or past the opposing team


    a regular trip


    the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace


    the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation


    unrestricted freedom to use


    the production achieved during a continuous period of operation (of a machine or factory etc.)


    a small stream


    a race between candidates for elective office


    a row of unravelled stitches


    the pouring forth of a fluid


    an unbroken chronological sequence


    a short trip


    move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time


    flee; take to one's heels; cut and run


    stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point


    direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.


    have a particular form


    move along, of liquids


    perform as expected when applied


    change or be different within limits


    run, stand, or compete for an office or a position


    cause to emit recorded audio or video


    move about freely and without restraint, or act as if running around in an uncontrolled way


    have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined


    be operating, running or functioning


    change from one state to another


    cause to perform


    be affected by; be subjected to


    continue to exist


    occur persistently


    carry out a process or program, as on a computer or a machine


    include as the content; broadcast or publicize


    carry out


    pass over, across, or through


    cause something to pass or lead somewhere


    make without a miss


    deal in illegally, such as arms or liquor


    cause an animal to move fast


    be diffused


    sail before the wind


    cover by running; run a certain distance


    extend or continue for a certain period of time


    set animals loose to graze


    keep company


    run with the ball; in such sports as football


    travel rapidly, by any (unspecified) means


    travel a route regularly


    pursue for food or sport (as of wild animals)


    compete in a race


    progress by being changed


    reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating


    come unraveled or undone as if by snagging


    become undone