Antonyms for out-run

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Indeed, Grace Harlowe could out-run most boys of her own age.

There was no doubt at all that we could out-run him and out-climb him.

Let me not think of it—My just anger may, perhaps, out-run discretion, and tempt me to chastise your folly.

He was running along the river-bank, and within an ace of arrest, for the two men had now out-run him.

I've been through a heap since I seed the sun set, but I can out-run and out-fight the best Injun in this tribe yet.

Is a man too quick for himself; one whose actions put a leg still before his judgement, and out-run it.

Instantly the herd turned aside and with a fresh burst of speed sought to out-run this new danger.

I didn't worry much, however, because I knew I could out-run any wooden-legged man in Michigan.

She had a great many friends among the boys; she could out-run, out-jump, out-swim any of them in the big country school.

Though he might have chucked the game away when the Doctor he managed to out-run, Sir.