|errand runner||copy boy; copyboy|
|(Sports) to pitch a ball outside of the area of the plate to prevent a base runner stealing a base (Baseball); lateral underhand pass from a quarterback to a running back (American football), lateral pass behind line of scrimmage, pitch out of strike zone||pitchout|
|3 times as much, done 3 times, having 3 parts, hit with three bases, make 3 times as much, make a hit in baseball, make triple, make threefold; become triple; make a three base hit (Baseball), send a base runner home with a hit, set of 3, something 3 t...||triple|
|act as errand boy, cigarette, exhaust through work, something boring, tire, become tired; work as a drudge; serve an older student (British Slang); compel to serve an older student (British Slang), tiring work; (Slang) homosexual (derogatory); cigarett...||fag|
|advance a runner, batter, blow from stick, club used in sports||bat|
|anchoring loop, ball carrier, base runner, blue runner, candidate, carpet strip, climbing plant, creeping stem that grows roots, deep-water marine fish, door or drawer slide, fabric strip, messenger, one who runs; candidate, competitor (in a race or el...||runner|
|barrier which must be jumped by a horse or runner; obstacle; difficulty, clear racing barrier, difficulty or obstacle, fence used in horse race, frame for runner to jump, jump over a barrier; surmount an obstacle, overcome a difficulty, race over barri...||hurdle|
|block, support for a runner at race start||starting block|
|board used to slide across snow, glide across snow or water on skis, long narrow runner attached to the feet and used to glide on snow or water; long narrow runner attached to a vehicle to enable travel on snow or ice, move along on skis, runner for ve...||ski|
|bobbed hairstyle with bangs, errand boy, one who is employed to run errands; smooth hair style with the ends of the hair curled under at shoulder length, page||pageboy|
|book a place beforehand, coolness of manner, emergency supply, extra stamina, usable in an emergency, inactive part of the armed services, land used as a reservation, member of a reserve, money retained for future use, national funds, next runner-up, p...||reserve|
|bunt to advance runner, sacrifice, sacrifice hit||sacrifice bunt|
|competitor in one-mile race, runner who runs a one-mile race; horse that runs a one-mile race||miler|
|cultivated bean plant, pod of string bean, scarlet runner, tall and thin person||string bean|
|dodge by baseball runner, gradual disappearance, gradual disappearing; act or instance of fading away: (In Baseball) screwball (baseball pitch which spins and breaks in the opposite direction to a curve); (I baseball) swerve made by a base runner to on...||fadeaway|
|dog for rabbit hunting, one who harries, one who harasses; one who attacks and ravages; any of a number of short-winged hawks; breed of hound dog used for hunting rabbit; long-distance runner (Sports), slender hawk, somebody who harries somebody or som...||harrier|
|errand runner, news reporter, pageboy, one who collects information for a newspaper||legman|
|errand runner, someone who is employed to run errands||gofer|
|fast and without warning, hit-and-run accident, not stopping after causing an accident, swinging at baseball to protect runner||hit-and-run|
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