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noun as in runner

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Now paved, these paths serve as an outdoor escape for millions of bikers, joggers and hikers, with visitor numbers at some rising by 50% in 2020.

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Even so, he keeps gravitating toward comfortable items like oversized sweatpants and jogger sets.

In all its forms—joggers, leggings, bike shorts—the ultra-forgiving embrace of spandex welcomed both bed-bound doom-spiralers and home-gym rats alike.

Coach x Champion features leather bags, leather jogger pants, sweaters and shearling jackets printed with new branding that unites Coach’s story patch, one of its house symbols, with Champion’s C-logo.

He says that someone cut the legs of jogger, when no one had, although her legs were covered with scratches.

All said that they only touched the jogger or helped restrain her, while one or more of the others forced themselves on her.

The jogger had no memory of the attack, and none of the other victims could make an identification of the Five.

A passing jogger spotted him and called 911, but by the time police and paramedics arrived, he was gone.

The city roiled with place names signifying race trouble: Bensonhurst, Howard Beach, the Central Park Jogger, Crown Heights.

And Mrs. Green, also an advocate of the notebook system as a memory jogger, applauded me for my sauciness to her wise husband.

There is a jogger everywhere, just as there is a buzzing fly everywhere in summer.

Dawdling down Whitehall one day a jogger nailed me—they come to me like flies to honey—and got me to look at his pamphlet.

From the perspective of today's jogger, running might seem an individual experience, and to a great extent it is.

The fair jogger beamed yet more sweetly as I took it, and went on among the crowd.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jogger, such as: contestant, entrant, hurdler, marathoner, racer, and sprinter.

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