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running

Definition of running:

Common misspellings:

  • rinning (0.4%)
  • runnning (11.9%)
  • runnign (9.8%)
  • runnying (0.4%)
  • runing (41.2%)
  • runinng (0.5%)
  • runnimg (0.2%)
  • runnin (3.7%)
  • runninng (0.9%)
  • runnig (12.9%)
  • examing (0.1%)
  • begining (0.1%)
  • ranning (1.2%)
  • runnung (2.6%)
  • runnings (1.1%)
  • unning (0.8%)
  • wonding (0.1%)
  • reunning (0.2%)
  • runningout (0.2%)
  • riunning (0.8%)
  • rnning (0.7%)
  • runiing (0.2%)
  • runninh (0.6%)
  • runeing (0.1%)
  • runniong (0.4%)
  • runninig (0.2%)
  • runining (0.2%)
  • runinning (0.2%)
  • runnng (4.2%)
  • runn (0.2%)
  • toing (0.1%)
  • ruuning (0.5%)
  • runniing (1.1%)
  • ruunning (0.2%)
  • tunning (0.2%)
  • ruinning (1.0%)
  • runnnig (0.7%)
  • runnging (0.2%)

Usage examples for running:

  • He knew the thought that was running in her mind. "The Sea-Hawk" – Raphael Sabatini
  • Jerry came running up. "The Desert of Wheat" – Zane Grey
  • Run, ran or run, running run. "The Grammar of English Grammars" – Goold Brown
  • He's got to be put out of the running "The-Circus-Boys-on-the-Mississippi-or-Afloat-with-the-Big-Show-on-the-Big-River" – Darlington, Edgar B. P.

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