Definition of Running postman

1. Noun. Hairy trailing or prostrate western Australian vine with bright scarlet-pink flowers.

Exact synonyms: Kennedia Prostrata, Scarlet Runner
Generic synonyms: Coral Pea



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Running Postman

running iron
running joke
running knot
running knots
running light
running man
running mate
running mates
running noose
running on empty
running out
running over
running pine
running play
running pop
running postman (current term)
running shoe
running shoes
running speech
running start
running stitch
running suit
running target
running text
running the gauntlet
running therapy
running through
running time
running title
running up

Literary usage of Running postman

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1. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Running-Postman, ;/. a Tas- manian plant, iq Coral-Pea. See Kennedya. Ruru, n. Maori name for the New Zealand bird, the More- pork, ..."

2. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Running-Postman, «. a Tas- manian plant, iq Coral-Pea. See Kennedya. Ruru, n. Maori name for the New Zealand bird, the More- pork, ..."

3. The Wives of Henry the Eighth and the Parts They Played in History by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1905)
"Cromwell himself marshalled the ranks on either side, " running up and down with a staff in his hand, for all the world as if he had been a running postman ..."

4. Letters from Japan: A Record of Modern Life in the Island Empire by Hugh Fraser (1899)
"... 292 Crows in Japan 295 The running postman 297 A Brown-winged Falcon 301 A Blind Masseur 305 "A Woman's Spirit is her Mirror" 317 "The Fencing has begun ..."

5. Picturesque India: A Handbook for European Travellers by William Sproston Caine (1891)
"Several native villages were to be seen along the road, and we met a running postman taking mails for the troops. Under one of the last group of trees we ..."

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