Friday, April 24, 2009

There's more than one way to be a runner!

Main Entry:
14th century
1 a: one that runs : racer b: base runner c: ballcarrier2 a: messenger b: one that smuggles or distributes illicit or contraband goods (as drugs, liquor, or guns)3: any of several large vigorous carangid fishes4 a: either of the longitudinal pieces on which a sled or sleigh slides b: the part of a skate that slides on the ice : blade c: the support of a drawer or a sliding door5 a: an elongated horizontal stem arising from the base of a plant ; especially : stolon 1a b: a plant (as a strawberry) that forms or spreads by means of runners c: a twining vine (as a scarlet runner bean)6 a: a long narrow carpet for a hall or staircase b: a narrow decorative cloth cover for a table or dresser top7: an adjustable backstay running from mast to rail on a sail boat or ship8: a running shot in basketball

1 comment:

  1. I'm pretty sure that this definition fits ME: "one of several large vigorous carangid fishes." :)