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- v. To exceed the allotted time.
- v. To cross by running
- v. To drive over, causing injury or death.
- v. To briefly describe
- v. To practice quickly, briefly.
- v. To overflow
- v. To score a try
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- v. injure or kill by running over, as with a vehicle
- v. flow or run over (a limit or brim)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Some farmers were busy winnowing the crop on the road, coning off one side of it for a fifty-yard stretch with an infant sat down at either end, presumably calculating that, although drivers would certainly run over cones, they might just think twice about children.
So the old vampyre has to jump back to avoid being run over and the limo guys jump back, and I was kind of hiding my head in my arms, but I hear, "Get in," and it's the cool Manga-haired Asian guy who I'd seen outside the loft before.
I've stood enough around here for one day, and you can't run over me, Georgie Bassett.
John turns to me and knocks the can of pineapple slices out of my hand, then leads me and Tom right past the Patagonians, who stare at us with little interest, we are among the starving, and while a few hands come out to run over our bodies, their searches are cursory and, with nothing to our names, we are allowed to pass.
What a history have we to run over from the evening that yourself, Meusnier, Bernau, and other patriots settled, in my house in Paris, the outlines of the constitution you wished!
You also needed to look both ways before crossing the ER to avoid being run over by the NASCAR-like wheelchair races.
I wave to her and run over to the Corner Cupboard to get some juice, an orange for me, and for my mom a cranberry.
I saw a lizard run over the crag; I saw a bee busy among the sweet bilberries.
“This girl I met at school—Lisa Blume—she told me that all the houses on Fear Street are haunted,” Corky said, poking her eggs with her fork, watching the yellow run over the toast.
“Sweet dreams, Mr. Man,” she said, walking out of the room—only to nearly run over Lois standing just outside the door.