- v. Simple past tense and past participle of race.
“Another name raced into my head from that old, dusty folder that has been hidden deep in my heart for over a decade.”
“But outside the Capitol, as the word raced around the broad streets and rode hell-for-leather out into the Red Hills and toward St. Augustine and Pensacola, boys whooped War!”
“Then — in a scene you don't see every day in the major leagues — he raced from the clubhouse on his bicycle, blowing past the general manager.”
“At a wooden desk up front, Judge Tobin raced through the "rocket docket," signing unopposed foreclosure judgments for the better part of two hours.”
“North we raced from the Bonin Islands to pick up the seal-herd, and north we hunted it for a hundred days into frosty, mitten weather and into and through vast fogs which hid the sun from us for a week at a time.”
“More on Kennedy | 3: 29 p.m. As he raced from the luncheon to catch his ride to the inaugural parade, Senator Ken Salazar, the nominee for Secretary of the Interior, stopped to say that Mr. Kennedy was still being evaluated.”
“Lohengrin raced toward the Dragon from one direction, Jaime on his destrier from the other.”
“He raced down the left flank alone as goalkeeper Ambruse Vanzekin raced out, then calmly lofted the ball over him from the top of the box.”
“Then one wonderful sunny day the baby carriage again raced up the hill about 10: 00 AM loaded with Chavita, Pita and Papi's breakfast.”
“The second-year NHL goalie's lone miscue Tuesday occurred just as Kings forward Wayne Simmonds raced from the penalty box after serving a hooking penalty called with 1: 24 to play in regulation.”
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