- the act of evading a jump or jumping outside of the limiting markers.
Origin of run-out
Examples from the Web for run-out
Historical Examples of run-out
The fish usually goes down when harpooned, and the line must be permitted to "run-out," or he would drag the boat after him.The Crater
James Fenimore Cooper
We were anxious to try the luck of our run-out before the moon got powerful, so the cargo was shipped as quickly as possible.Sketches From My Life
So we kinda wanted yuh to stick around till he came and not do the run-out on us.Ralestone Luck