Definition of Race runner

1. Noun. Very swift lizard of eastern and central United States.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Race Runner

race hatred
race hazard
race horse
race meeting
race memory
race murder
race music
race out of the traps
race problem
race queen
race queens
race relations
race riot
race rotation
race runner (current term)
race to the bottom
race track
race tracks
race walk
race walking
raceabout
racebending
racebike
racebikes
racecar
racecard
racecards
racecars
racecourse

Literary usage of Race runner

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Athletics and Football by Montague Shearman (1887)
"Close by him is 'Jack ' Reay, who a few years ago was champion hurdler, and the best flat race runner ..."

2. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"Several examples have been taken in Texas, between Antonio and El Paso. A variety is recorded from Lower California. The Spotted race runner, ..."

3. Life and Letters of Joseph Hardy Neesima by Arthur Sherburne Hardy (1891)
"I can only say to you that my life is like a race runner's. I find leisure hours only in summer. I devote these chiefly to my own study. ..."

4. Life and Letters of Joseph Hardy Neesima by Arthur Sherburne Hardy (1891)
"I can only say to you that my life is like a race runner's. I find leisure hours only in summer. I devote these chiefly to my own study. ..."

5. Studies in the Psychology of Woman by Laura Marholm, Laura Mohr Hansson (1899)
"The view of life in this century—to return to what was said before—has made of the man a race-runner for advantage, a finite ego with short, finite aims, ..."

6. Studies in the Psychology of Woman by Laura Mohr Hansson (1899)
"The view of life in this century—to return to what was said before—has made of the man a race-runner for advantage, a finite ego with short, finite aims, ..."

7. Studies in the Psychology of Woman by Laura Mohr Hansson (1899)
"The view of life in this century—to return to what was said before—has made of the man a race-runner for advantage, a finite ego with short, finite aims, ..."

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