- n an easy victory
- n someone who flees from an uncongenial situation
- s completely out of control
- Florida's latest domestic spectacle concerns a 17-year-old runaway from Ohio, Rifqa Bary, who claims that her Muslim parents will kill her for converting to Christianity.
- But the runaway prices and the increasing national anxiety demanded that the President say something, and make it substantive, and do it quickly.
- Is it, as one Wall Streeter called it, "a runaway marketa panic of dollars into stocks?" Last week the Dow-Jones industrial average rose 15.
- Ernie Els in FOXSports.com
It looked like a runaway at the end of yesterday,added Els. "But it looks like the guys are really set to give Tiger a go, and the crowd could sense that."
- Earl Pomeroy in Boston Globe
This is not just another case of runaway corporate greed and arrogance, ripping off shareholders by excesses lavished around the executive suite,said Rep. Earl Pomeroy, DN.D. "These bonuses represent a squandering of the people's money....
- Richard Blumenthal in Reuters UK
Beverage companies are fueling a runaway marketing train,Blumenthal said, speaking for the entire group.