\ɹˈʌnə], \ɹˈʌnə], \ɹ_ˈʌ_n_ə]\
Definitions of RUNNER
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- 1874 - Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language
- 1920 - A dictionary of scientific terms.
- 1871 - The Cabinet Dictionary of the English Language
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He who or that which runs; a messenger; a pulley; a wheel; the support of a sleigh; in bot., a leafy shoot; a slender prostrate stem rooting at the joints; to let run, to allow to pass or move freely; to run after, to pursue or follow; to endeavour to obtain; to run amuck, to run wildlyand madly; to act entirely wihout discrimination; to run at, to attack with sudden violence; to run away with, to carry off; to drag rapidly and with violence, as a horse running off; to run down, to chase to exhaustion, as a fox; to crush or overthrow; to traduce or censure; to run down a coast, to sail along it; to run down a ship, to run against her and sink her; to run on, to continue in the same line or course; to run out, to waste; to exhaust; to come to an end; to run over, to verflow; to recount cursorily; to go over, as by riding or driving; to examine; to run riot, to go to the utmost excess; to run through, to expend; to waste; to pierce, aswith a sword; to run up, to build hastily, as a house; to swell or increase, as an account; to erect; in the long-run, at last; in the end or final result; the common run, the generality of people; ordinary course or kind; a sheep-run, a range or large extent of gournd for feeding a flock.
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By Henderson, I. F.; Henderson, W. D.
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