runaway[ ruhn-uh-wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF runaway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUNAWAY
The peculiar feelings one has who is a "runaway" are indescribable.
Neither was hurt, but it was the woman who pursued the runaway horse.
But I took you for a youngster, you know, a regular ten-year-old runaway.
A man may arrest his own slave, and he may also imprison for safe-keeping the runaway slave of a friend.
To-morrow morning I'll be searching all over the house for my runaway.
That was just like my runaway, all innocent acting and make-believe.
Captain Zelotes made no attempt to follow the runaway couple.
Did you not gather that this was not only a runaway match, but a clandestine one?
It is made up of local scalawags and runaway rebels from Kentucky and Tennessee.
All this runaway shrubbery looked, in a way of speaking, inpenetrable.