- n. Plural form of runaway.
“Digging through police reports and hospital records, tracking down street kids and runaways from the 1970s, Bosch finds a family ripped apart by an absence -- and a trail, ever more tenuous, into a violent, terrifying world.”
“According to the US departments health and human services, over 1 million youths become classified as runaways in any given year and a vast majority of these, lured by the promise of an unfettered life, become homeless.”
“18 February 2010 at 6: 05 pm wait sorry i just looked it up the runaways is march 19th sorry!”
“If we go to a friend's house, when we hungry, to get something to eat, and happen to get lost in de woods between, we are called runaways, and are punished severely.”
“They were then called runaways, or runaway Negroes, and when not caught would stay away from home until driven back by cold weather.”
“At the same time, the so-called runaways and brigands regularly received supplies and ammunition from Moscow, as is amply proved by recently-published documents.”
“They're known as runaways, but throwaways seems a more apt description.”
“State constitutions have been written and rewritten in convention on hundreds of occasions during our nation's history, with no "runaways" to mention.”
“The National News Agency's statement on the charges made reference to the five as "runaways," but Mr. Qanso issued a statement, also published by the agency Saturday, denying that he was on the run or that he was managing Mr. Ezzedine's finances.”
“Twenty thousand of the 350,000 foreign contract workers in Taiwan are "runaways" who have left their site of employment in Taiwan for a variety of reasons, including abuse or conditions of involuntary servitude.”
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