To run hard

Definition of To run hard

To press in competition; as, to run one hard in a race.
- F. W. Newman.
To urge or press importunately
To banter severely.

See also: Run Run Run

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To rub down
To rub off
To rub out
To rub up
To ruffle the feathers of
To rule the roast
To run a blockade
To run a foil
To run a muck
To run a rig
To run a risk
To run afoul of
To run after
To run amuck
To run an errand
To run away
To run away with
To run down
To run down a coast
To run for an office
-To run hard-
To run in
To run in trust
To run in with
To run into
To run into the ground
To run mad
To run mad after
To run off
To run off at the mouth
To run on
To run out
To run over
To run riot
To run the chances
To run the gantlet
To run the guard
To run the hazard
To run through
To run up
To run upon sorts
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