Debates had run high upon the subject in Congress, and the public press had discussed it vigorously.
But both Mr. Green and Mrs. Green knew the lady, and their hopes did not run high.
Her expectations of payment did not run high, and 'tis but reasonable I should consider of this.
More than once, even in my time, hopes have run high, but only to fall again.
Their crops are diversified, run high in percentage of measure to the hectare and are of good quality.
The evening was closing in cloudy and threatening, the surf was beginning to run high, and everything indicated bad weather.
In case the Confederacy failed—and hope to the contrary could not run high—their dwelling would be a marked spot.
Fever, usually absent throughout the attack, may appear at the height of the affection, but does not run high.
As freight must be paid upon the entire ton, it usually pays best to select materials that run high in percentage of plant-food.
When Iowa became known to the people of the East the tide of emigration soon began to run high and strong toward the Mississippi.