Temple blushed through the runnels of water that trickled from his hair.
We saw Mr. Wickes, Mr. Runnels and Mr. Brown, and had a long interview.
Streaks of mud marked the runnels of their tears down their cheeks.
But the road was rough and scarred with waterways—ruts turned by rain to runnels.
He sank in his chair, while runnels of sweat coursed down his cheeks.
She dropped her buckets, the water splashing over in runnels and puddles at her feet, and stooped to smell the lilies.
She trembled more and more before him, and withdrew a little, as the silver–weed at her feet withdrew from the runnels passion.
Runnels of sweat ran down his flesh and shot from the muscles leaping beneath his swart hide.
I know one time a woman named May Runnels wanted to go to church about a mile away and her old man wouldn't go with her.
And then the path grew steeper and runnels of water dripped down the rocks, all covered with ferns and saxifrage.