run[ ruhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF run
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUN
Tell Mrs. Van Geist if she can't come down, I'll run up to her.
He ain't been run over—he's gone broke-lost all our money; every last cent.
Twas a wild goose chase, and I wot not what moved me to run after it.
Gray Peter had been fresher than Sally at the end of the run of the day before.
But here, run away with my pen, I suffer my mother to be angry with me on her own account.
And I've got enough to run the show, if you'll keep me from chucking it away as I'm doing.
To you, she's just the same little girl that used to run about here in short frocks.
He turned and began to run homewards, like a hunted man in desperate flight.
A year later, Harriett, run down, was ordered to the seaside.
She had always paid him generously for the numerous errands he had run for her.