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run through

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Hiller opens a barrel, lifts out wood particles and pieces of kindling, and lets them run through his fingers.

Is it just us, or does this strange apology read like it was run through the Travoltifyer?

We run through some important modern ultimatums to show why governments make them, and what—if anything—they accomplish.

He had already run through all his personal funds, but luckily the request worked (a trumpet was also traded).

Nice places to live, where the kids can run through the hilly yards behind sandstone apartment blocs.

This element of symbolic indication will be found to run through the whole of childish drawing.

Now he took those which had come that morning, and went out upon the terrace to run through them in the sunshine.

The tunnel itself includes a reverse curve, and, at the present time, railroad tracks and Stock Creek waters run through it.

The affair took place in 1652, and was fought with swords, the Colonel being run through the body in a trice.

Electric tramcars, in supersession of horse-traction, run through the city and suburbs since April 10, 1905.

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On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to run-through, such as: rehash, sketch, skeleton, core, essence, and abstract.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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