Examples of rune in a Sentence
wrote many mournful runes after her lover's untimely death
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The runes on the Silver Knight’s bow are great; the featureless fabric of the Dancer of the Boreal Valley’s cloak is not.
The runes on the Silver Knight’s bow are great
Given their professional context, his intricate structural diagrams start to look like runes of a bygone profession.
ROOF even wore shoes to federal court decorated with neo-Nazi codes and Klan runes.
Someone called San Diego police about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday saying that a car possibly used in the hit-and-rune was parked at a Pizza Hut on Mira Mesa Boulevard.
First Look: Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin Get Rugged in Everest The name and symbol of the line, the Norse rune symbol Uruz, represent the spirit of rejuvenation.
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Origin and Etymology of rune
First Known Use: 1676See Words from the same year
Synonymslyric, poem, song, verse
Related Wordsrhyme (also rime); ballad, lay; anacreontic, clerihew, dithyramb, eclogue, elegy, English sonnet, epic, epigram, epode, epopee, epos, georgic, idyll (also idyl), jingle, lament, limerick, madrigal, ode, pastoral, pastorale, psalm, rondeau, rondel (or rondelle), rondelet, sonnet, triolet, villanelle; haiku, senryu, tanka; blank verse, free verse, minstrelsy, poesy, poetry, versification, vers libre
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