Definition of Runovers

1. Noun. (plural of runover) ¹



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Definition of Runovers

1. runover [n] - See also: runover

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Runovers

runnings
runnion
runnions
runny
runny nose
runny noses
runoff
runoffs
runological
runologist
runologists
runology
runout
runouts
runover
runovers (current term)
runproof
runrig
runrigs
runround
runrounds
runs
runs about
runs around
runs away
runs back
runs batted in
runs by
runs for
runs out

Literary usage of Runovers

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1. Manual of Style for Use of Copy Editors, Proof Readers, Operators, and by United States Government Printing Office (1908)
"When the title of a bill on the indorsement makes more than two lines, indent the runovers 1* . ems; center the title when it makes but one or two lines. ..."

2. Manual of Style for Use of Copy Editors, Proof Readers, Operators, and by United States Government Printing Office (1908)
"When the title of a bill on the indorsement makes more than two lines, indent the runovers l* ems; center the title when it makes but one or two lines. ..."

3. Firearms in American History by Charles Winthrop Sawyer (1920)
"be crude in line but also full of imperfections due to slips and runovers. Only brief directions for engraving with acid need be given here because they can ..."

4. Manual of Cyanidation by Edward Montague Hamilton (1920)
"Omitting losses of solution by leakage and runovers, there is always a loss of cyanide in the residue, both in the percolation and agitation processes, ..."

5. On the Road with a Circus by William Carter Thompson (1905)
"The lion or tiger may gleefully claw the too far outstretched hand of the curious boy; a horse perhaps kicks or bites; there are runaways and runovers, ..."

6. Environmental Handbook for Fertilizer and Agrichemical Dealers edited by J. Harold Parker (1994)
"runovers must be avoided! Rinse Equipment Properly. Proper maintenance of equipment is good housekeeping. It also promotes professionalism. ..."

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