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backbone the series of bones that run along the center of the back; spinal column; vertebrae. [1/3 definitions]
bank2 to run a bank; act as a banker. [1/6 definitions]
basilisk any of various tropical American lizards characterized by an erectile crest on the head and the ability to run at high speeds. [1/2 definitions]
beading lacelike looped edging, or openwork lace trimming through which a ribbon can be run, as on a garment or cloth furnishings. [1/4 definitions]
belay in mountain climbing, a secure projection such as a rock, tree, or the like, around which a rope may be run or fastened. [1/6 definitions]
bellboy a man or boy employed by a hotel to carry luggage, food, or drink to the guest rooms, run errands, and page guests.
bleed to run together; diffuse. [1/7 definitions]
blur to cause to run together or become obscure or confused, as by smearing. [1/7 definitions]
boustrophedon an ancient method of writing in which the words run in opposite directions on alternate lines.
career to run or move swiftly or wildly; rush. [1/5 definitions]
chase1 to follow with the goal of overtaking; run after. [1/9 definitions]
coach dog a Dalmatian, once trained to run behind coaches.
come out in the wash to be revealed in the long run. [1/2 definitions]
coping the top layer of a masonry wall, often having a sloping surface so that water will run off.
course to move or run swiftly; race. [1/10 definitions]
cringle a small ring or loop of metal or rope attached to the edge of a sail, through which to run a line.
crouch to lower the body close to the ground by bending the legs, as an animal about to pounce or a human preparing to run in a race. [1/4 definitions]
dash to move swiftly; run rapidly; rush. [2/12 definitions]
derby any of numerous horse races run every year and often restricted to three-year-old horses. [1/3 definitions]
dump (informal) a house, town, or other place that is dirty or run-down. [1/10 definitions]
edition all the copies of a single complete run of a newspaper or magazine. [1/3 definitions]