First Known Use of run-in
Definition of run in
Examples of run in in a Sentence
I just thought I'd run in and pick up my package.
if we catch you shoplifting again, we're going to run you in
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Cleveland tacked on another run in the eighth off Shae Simmons.
The play accounted for the final run in the Dodgers' 5-2 win.
Brooks, a 2016 inductee of the UK Athletics Hall of Fame, guided Kentucky to three consecutive bowl victories (2006-08), the first such run in school history.
For the one-year period ended June 30, Canada’s real gross domestic product rose 3.7%, marking the best 12-month run in over a decade.
Under Coach Nick Saban, Alabama is in the middle of what is perhaps the greatest run in college football history.
Key player: Johnson had a couple of big runs in the fourth quarter - a 25-yard sprint up the left sideline that set up Patterson's field goal and an 11-yard burst that helped the Jags run out the clock late in the period.
The lawsuit says the four-month academy was initially going well for Pappas, who actually completed the 3-mile run in under 24 minutes within her first month.
Fiore, Hialeah Park’s vice president of entertainment, recently announced a full slate of concerts and other activities, all of which will run in the winter months.
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First Known Use of run in
run in Synonyms
Synonymscome by, come over, drop by, drop in, pop (in), run (over), call, step in, stop (by or in), visit
Related Wordsbarge (in); look up, see; bop (into), happen (by); frequent, hang (at), haunt, resort (to)
Near Antonymsemancipate, free, liberate, loose, loosen, release, spring; unbind, unchain
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