To run out

Definition of To run out

to run out.
To come to an end; to expire; as, the lease runs out at Michaelmas.
To extend; to spread
To expatiate; as, to run out into beautiful digressions.
- Hammond.
To be wasted or exhausted; to become poor; to become extinct; as, an estate managed without economy will soon run out.
To thrust or push out; to extend.
To waste; to exhaust; as, to run out an estate.
(Baseball) To put out while running between two bases. Also called

See also: Run Run Run Run Run Run Run



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
To run wild
To rustle up
To sag to leeward
To sail fine
To sail free
To sail on a rhumb
To saint it
To salt a mine
To salt away
To save appearances
To save one's bacon
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