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runner.noun,.plural.runners
a device in or on which a mechanism.slides or moves, such as the supports on which a drawer slides; a long narrow carpet or tablecloth; the blade of a skate; in sports, one who competes in a race; in baseball, one who runs the bases; in football, one who carries the ball; one who carries messages or runs errands
Botany:.in botany, a slender, creeping.stem that puts forth roots from nodes spaced at intervals along its length

runny, runnier, runniest.adjectives
inclined to run or flow (runny icing on the cake; a runny nose)

ran.verb.past tense of.run
run, ran, running, runs.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move swiftly on foot so that both feet leave the ground during each stride; to go or move about from place to place; roam (he is always running about, looking for his glasses); to get advice (she is always asking her grandparents what would they do in each situation she has concerns about); to make a short, quick trip or visit (ran down to the store); to finish a race or contest in a specified position (ran second); to move freely, on or as if on wheels (the salesman said jokingly, the car runs downhill really well); the kitchen drawers run on small bearings); to be in operation (the engine is running); to go back and forth especially on a regular basis; to ply (the ferry runs every hour); to flow in a steady stream (fresh water runs from the spring; turn on the faucet and let the water run); to melt and flow (a hot flame will make the solder run); to spread or dissolve, as dyes in fabric (colorfast garments are not supposed to run); to extend, stretch or reach in a certain direction or to a particular point (this road runs to the next town); to extend, spread or climb as a result of growing (the Ivy plant ran up the wall); to be valid in a given area (the speed limit runs only to the town line); to continue in effect or operation (a lease with one year to run); to pass (days run into weeks, weeks run into years); to tend to persist or recur (being generous runs in that family); to occupy or exist in a certain.range (the sizes run from small to large); to be presented or performed for a continuous period of time (the play ran for six months); to extend, stretch or reach in a certain direction or to a particular point (this road runs to the next town; the cable guy is here to run the cable to the TV)
transitive verb use.to travel over on foot at a pace faster than a walk (ran the entire distance); to cause an animal to move quickly (we run our hunting dogs every morning); chase; to cause to function; operate (run a machine); in computing, to process or execute a program or an instruction
transitive verb use.to travel over on foot at a pace faster than a walk (ran the entire distance); to do or accomplish by or as if by running (run errands); to cause to move quickly (she ran her fingers along the keyboard); to cause to function; operate (run a machine); to convey or transport (can you run me into town; run the garbage over to the dump); to cause to flow (run water into a tub); to cause to extend or pass (run a rope between the poles for a clothesline); to sew with a continuous line of stitches (run a seam); to cause to unravel along a line (she ran her stocking on a splinter); to organize or be in charge of an activity, business, organization or country (for a while, she ran a restaurant in a small town; the hotel is well-run and clean); to do something or go somewhere quickly (run and ask your mother where she's put the keys); if a bus, train etc service runs, it takes people from one place to another at fixed times (the buses run here on Sundays too); if a story runs in a newspaper or magazine, it is printed (the paper ran a story on that amazing dog); if something long such as a road or wire runs in a particular direction, that is its position or that is where you put it (the road runs along a valley; run the scanner over the barcodes); if a tap is running, water is coming out of it or if you run a tap, you make water come out of it (did you leave the tap running; he ran the tap until the water was really hot); if someone's nose is running, liquid is flowing out of it; if feelings run high, people are excited, etc.
running on empty.idiom
(you should have gassed up at the last station we passed because we're almost running on empty)

rundown.noun,.plural.rundowns.also run-down
a quick.report.or.explanation of an idea, situation, etc. (give me the rundown on how the project is progressing); a point-by-point summary; in baseball, a play in which a runner is trapped between bases and is pursued by fielders attempting to make the tag
rundown.adjective
poor physical condition; weak or exhausted (after being in the marathon, she felt greatly rundown) dirty and dilapidated (rundown housing projects); unwound and not running (a run down watch; a rundown battery)

reed.noun,.plural.reeds
a type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places (reeds grew in clumps all along the river bank); any of various tall perennial grasses, especially of the genera Phragmites or Arundo, having hollow stems, broad leaves; the stalk of any of these plants; a collection of these stalks (reed for making baskets); in music a reed instrument, such as an oboe or a clarinet, that is fitted with a reed; a narrow, movable frame fitted with reed or metal strips that separate the warp threads in weaving; from Middle English 'rede' and from Old English 'hreod'

reek, reeked, reeking, reeks.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be pervaded by something unpleasant; to give off or become permeated with a strong, unpleasant odor (firemen reeked of forest fire smoke)
transitive verb use.to emit or exude strong perfume, for example; vapor that stinks
reek.noun,.plural.reeks
a strong, offensive odor; a stench; from Old English 'reocan' meaning to emit smoke and 'recan' meaning to expose to smoke
reeker.noun,.plural.reekers
reeky.adjective

ruckus.noun,.plural.ruckuses
a noisy argument or confused.situation; if someone or something causes a ruckus, they cause a great deal of noise, argument or confusion; a rumpus; a disturbance; a commotion; date 1800-1900, probably from 'ruction' meaning 'noisy quarrel'

rumpus.noun,.plural.rumpuses
a noisy clamor
rumpus room.noun,.plural.rumpus rooms
a room for play and parties

red-handed.adverb
in the act of committing something wrong
red-handed.adjective
to catch someone at the moment when they are doing something wrong (it was a red-handed attempt to remove a couple of cookies from the cookie jar) 
redhandedly.adverb
doing something reprehensible or showing clear evidence of having done something reprehensible (caught the kids red-handedly taking cookies from the cookie jar)

rambunctious.adjective
a rambunctious person is energetic in a cheerful, noisy.way; boisterous and disorderly
rambunctiously.adverb
rambunctiousness.noun

river.noun,.plural.rivers
a large.natural.stream of water emptying into an ocean, a lake or another body of water and usually fed along its course by converging.tributaries; a stream or an abundant.flow (a river of tears); often used to modify another noun such as a river cruise, river ice

ramshackle.adjective
so poorly constructed or kept up that disintegration is likely; rickety: a ramshackle cabin in the woods

room and board.noun
lodging and meals earned, purchased for a set.fee or otherwise provided

run of the mill.adjective
average; mediocre; not distinct

rapine.noun,.plural.rapines
forcible.seizure of another's property; plunder; from Latin 'rapina' from 'rapere' meaning 'to seize'

red blood cell.noun,.plural.red blood cells
a cell in the blood of vertebrates that transports oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the tissues; in mammals, the red blood cell is shaped like a disk and biconcave, contains hemoglobin and lacks a nucleus; also called red cell, red corpuscle

radiology.noun,.plural.radiologies
the branch of medicine that deals with the use of radioactive substances in diagnosis and treatment of disease; the use of ionizing.radiation for medical diagnosis, especially the use of x-rays in medical radiography or fluoroscopy; the use of radiation for the examination of material structures; radioscopy
radiological or radiologic.adjective
radiologically.adverb
radiologist.noun,.plural.radiologists
radioscopy.noun
examination of the inner structure of optically opaque objects by x-rays or other penetrating.radiation; radiology
radioscopy or radioscopical.adjective

resell, resells, reselling, resold.verbs
if you resell something that you have bought, you sell it again
resale.noun,.plural.resales
the act of selling again (what's the resale value of this older computer and what's its resale potential?)
resalable.adjective

Rif.noun,.plural.Rifs
a member of any of several Berber nomadic tribes inhabiting areas of Morocco to Egypt (map); the Berber language of this people
Riffian.adjective.and.noun;.plural.Riffians

renal.adjective
of, relating.to.or in the region of the kidneys
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