American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Past tense of run.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Preterit of run.
- n. Open robbery and rapine; force; violence.
- n. A song.
- n. The hank of a string.
- n. In ropemaking, twenty cords of twine wound on a reel, every cord being so parted by a knot as to be easily separated from the others.
- n. Nautical, yarns coiled on a spun-yarn winch.
- n. Same as runn.
GNU Webster's 1913
- imp. of run.
- n. obsolete Open robbery.
- n. (Naut.) Yarns coiled on a spun-yarn winch.
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“Clarionlike, clear as the chimes of a silver bell, rang now that childish voice -- rang out, and rang out again -- and the crutch was gone -- and the lame boy ran, ran -- _ran_!”
“#singleinstance, force ttl = My Puzzle gui, +lastfound loop, 16 loop random, ran, 1, 16 if rannum not contains -- % ran% -- rannum = % rannum% ` n-- % ran% -- break if ran!”
“Because he didn't take many big risks during the boom, Mr. Trump survived the latest downturn relatively unscathed, although many projects that bore his name ran into problems.”
“George Bush was still at it a quarter-century later as his term ran out.”
“But more importantly, even if he was democratically elected, his term ran out a couple of years ago.”
“This was unexpected because it was supposed to go to $39.99 when the term ran out.”
“The title ran for three issues from May 1960 to Sep 1960.”
“Her name ran through his mind like an echoing plea for salvation.”
“To McCoy's surprise, his name ran down the length of the left column and disappeared off the screen.”
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