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  • noun Plural form of runnel.

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Examples

  • Think about Day 4, after the air conditioning has dropped a bit and the chest has begun to sink into itself in runnels of oozing fat.

    The Day Bari And I Finally Met

  • She shook him, and rainwater sluiced off his suit in runnels to the ground.

    Rogue Oracle

  • The top of the main peak was flat and black, and runnels of water, mud, trees, and boulders were streaming down its sides.

    Crimson Wind

  • You won't read it in Debrett's, but the eccentric duchess, wanting to improve her "Greek" profile, had a then-fashionable injection of wax, which went wrong and resulted in dragon-like runnels down her face.

    Peerless Titles

  • In India people use squat toilets or just squat over ditches and runnels, depending on the area.

    Traveling in India: Frightful Flights « Colleen Anderson

  • She shook him, and rainwater sluiced off his suit in runnels to the ground.

    Rogue Oracle

  • I allow myself another indulgence and pull my arm back beneath the downy lightness and let my fingers meander across the mattress, slide over the sheet and negotiate the rucks and runnels made by our loving.

    A Black Night

  • We could just barely make out the twin runnels of tire marks from some car or truck now long gone, passing over the hill.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • We could just barely make out the twin runnels of tire marks from some car or truck now long gone, passing over the hill.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • He reared up and wiped at his face, clawing deep runnels in his own forehead and cheeks as he wiped away whatever Marty had thrown.

    30 Days Of Night

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