mole run


noun

(usually plural) informal any part of a system of underground tunnels, rooms, etc, prepared for use in the event of nuclear war

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Example sentences from the Web for mole run

  • The mole-run had brought him some two hundred yards, nearly to the edge of the marshland.

    "Wee Tim'rous Beasties"|Douglas English
  • He had laid open his mole-run for a yard or so, and was still grubbing at it absorbedly.

    Dream Days|Kenneth Grahame