Definition of Rumrunners
1. rumrunner [n] - See also: rumrunner
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rumrunners
Literary usage of Rumrunners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mystic Coast, Stonington to New London: A Photographic Portrait by Twin Lights Publishers, Incorporated, Twin Lights Publishers (2000)
"The only open- ocean port along the Connecticut coast, which is otherwise guarded by Long Island, the harbor made a convenient base for rumrunners during ..."
2. Adventure Guide to the Bahamas by Blair Howard (2002)
"Prohibition in America during the 1920s created something of a mini-boom in the island's economy when the rumrunners moved in. But the new prosperity was ..."
3. Miami & the Florida Keys Alive!by Lisa Simundson by Lisa Simundson (2001)
"to cluding mai tais, fruit daiquiris and Key Largo rumrunners. The menu features hot appetizers and selections from the raw bar, along with soups and salads ..."
4. Dutch Antilles: Aruba, Bonaire, Curacaoby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"... Captain Don's Habitat PO Box 88 « 8290 Oceanfront rooms. villas and cottages. some with rooftop solaria. The resort features the rumrunners Restaurant. ..."