Teddy scrunched his papers, grabbed them with one hand, and without saying another word, sprinted from the Senate chamber.
Our ability to detect disease has sprinted far past our ability to manage it, and the trend shows no signs of letting up.
Big New York also sits directly on top of the subway station that Brown sprinted into on Christmas Eve.
He has sprinted toward turmoil in war zones, jungles, and disaster areas from Iraq to Peru.
As he erupted in a volley of furious obscenities, I sprinted away as fast as I could, terrified by his rage.
Then, when five minutes more of play remained, Trevor gave Clowes an easy opening, and Clowes sprinted between the posts.
He parked, sprinted up to the porch, and knocked on the door.
Kent sprinted in the lead because he knew the country better, and he led them across the clearing toward the Bronson cabin.
What's the kingdom you've sprinted to—animal, vegetable, or mineral?
He got to his feet instantly and sprinted up the landing stage.
1560s, "to spring, dart," from Old Norse spretta "to jump up." Meaning "to run a short distance at full speed" first recorded 1871. Related: Sprinted; sprinting.
1865, from sprint (v.).