Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of marathoner.

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Examples

  • The marathoners were a colorful bunch, duded out in all sorts of running outfits.

    A New Route to a Better LA

  • The marathoners were a colorful bunch, duded out in all sorts of running outfits.

    Joel Epstein: A New Route to a Better LA

  • “Fat free” can refer to marathoners and teen pop stars, but when you see it referring to food, you have to be skeptical.

    You: On a Diet

  • “Fat free” can refer to marathoners and teen pop stars, but when you see it referring to food, you have to be skeptical.

    You: On a Diet

  • “Fat free” can refer to marathoners and teen pop stars, but when you see it referring to food, you have to be skeptical.

    You: On a Diet

  • "They (the runners) need to get out in a pasture somewhere where they're out of traffic," said Pearl Haggerty, who lives on Woodrow Avenue in Central Austin and called the marathoners a "bunch of weirdos."

    Statesman - AP Sports

  • Apples are a good source of unrefined sugar, something that might come in handy for endurance athletes such as marathoners and cyclists.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Endurance athletes such as marathoners can be ninety percent slow-twitch.)

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • The National Weather Service is warning that the second storm, which could hit just as marathoners are reaching the finish line Sunday, could bring flooding in the foothills and dangerously high winds in the Antelope Valley.

    LA Marathon Could Be Hit By Storm

  • For Marine Corps marathoners - start time temps are in the upper 40s warming to around 60 by noon.

    Forecast: Four straight days of sunshine

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