Examples from the Web for runnymede
The first question had reference to the Mastership of the Runnymede hounds.The Duke's Children|Anthony Trollope
The crew of the Runnymede had lost every thing but hope, when deliverance came to them unexpectedly.
Why, it goes back to Runnymede, when this principle was settled forever—No taxation without representation.Bilingualism|N. A. Belcourt
The Runnymede immediately hoisted her ensign and fired a gun, which was a pre-concerted signal.
Cooper's Hill is the elevation, not deserving the name of mountain, just over Egham and Runnymede.The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 1|Alexander Pope
British Dictionary definitions for runnymede
Word Origin and History for runnymede
place in Surrey where the Magna Charta was signed, Middle English Ronimede, literally "meadow on the council island," from Old English runieg "council island," from run in sense of "council" (see rune).