View definitions for out run
verb as in lose
verb as in outweigh
verb as in surpass
verb as in beat
verb as in throw off
verb as in outmatch
verb as in defeat
verb as in distance
verb as in elude
verb as in exceed
Throughout the spring, the film had continued its sold-out run.
He still had the old Remington manual typewriter on which he punched out Run to Daylight!
Sassy girl reporter and ex-cop ex-husband trade sexy barbs, out-run bad guys, fall back in love!
Indeed, Grace Harlowe could out-run most boys of her own age.
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.
He was running along the river-bank, and within an ace of arrest, for the two men had now out-run him.
Not at all like the Thetfords—splendid old stock, the Thetfords, but run out—run out.
I didn't worry much, however, because I knew I could out-run any wooden-legged man in Michigan.
On this page you'll find 358 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to out-run, such as: clear, dodge, duck, elude, evade, and outrun.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.