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Definitions for runny
ˈrʌn irun·ny

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. fluid, runnyadjective

    characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape


  1. runnyadjective

    fluid; capable of flowing

    runny honey

  2. runnyadjective

    liable to run or drip

    a runny nose


  1. runny

    Runny is an adjective used to describe a substance or mixture that is more liquid than solid, having a thin consistency or flowing easily. It can also refer to a condition where a person discharges liquid or mucus from the nose due to cold or allergies.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of runny in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of runny in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of runny in a Sentence

  1. Ciaran Beggan:

    As it flows it creates an electronic current and that current makes a magnetic field -- which drifts with the hot runny core.

  2. Dawn Mueni Becker:

    Being conscious or aware of this habit is helpful when it comes to avoiding touching the face, identifying triggers such as runny nose or urge to sneeze is important. In this case, having tissue close by is helpful -- it's better to use that to touch your face than bare hands.

  3. Jim Denes:

    I was just miserable. I was trying to cough up stuff, I couldn’t, my eyes were all runny and watery.

  4. Ashish Jha:

    We have provided, I think, an extraordinary amount of transparency about his care : When he tested positive ; how he's done each day ; the evolving nature of his symptoms : is his runny nose a little worse, a little bit better ? like, we've been very, very open and transparent with all of that data.

  5. Jim Denes:

    My eyes were all runny and watery.

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