miler miler  /ˈmaɪ lər/


  1. (n) (used only in combinations) the length of something in miles
  2. (n) a runner in a one-mile race


  1. Not only did his amazing performance establish Glenn Cunningham as the fastest miler in the world, but it demonstrated conclusively that he is also the most consistent.
  2. Dogged Wes came home and decided to be a miler.
  3. Off went Rice like a quarter-miler.


  1. Hundreds Lace Up for Women's Four Miler Training

    More than 700 women laced up early Saturday morning to start training for the Women's Four-Miler race in August
    on June 16, 2013     Source: WCAV Charlottesville

  2. Thousands Take Part In Baltimore 10-Miler

    Thousands of runners attempt to outrun the police during the annual Baltimore 10-Miler.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: CBS Baltimore

  3. Cville Four Miler Training Program Kicks Off Saturday

    Hundreds of women and girls are lacing up for the 20th Annual Charlottesville Four Miler training program.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: NBC 29 Charlottesville


  1. "It wasn't a tough choice to ride him," McCoy said yesterday, "but I've picked the wrong one a few times before. He's won an Irish National and the four-miler at Cheltenham, so you'd have to think that there's not much of a question mark from...
    on Apr 4, 2008 By: Tony McCoy Source: Independent

  2. Upon winning, a delighted Dettori said: "Now he is undoubtedly the best miler in Europe. He has won three of the biggest races and is a true champion." "It was a long way from the two-furlong marker to the line but I had a great champion...
    on Oct 4, 2007 By: Frankie Dettori Source: Hindu

  3. "I was kind of surprised really," Shah told Sky Sports. "I got a phone call from Geoff Miler this morning saying I was selected and I was a bit shocked. I wasn't expecting it but I'm very pleased that I've been selected to go to India as part...
    on Sep 29, 2008 By: Owais Shah Source: SkySports

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