verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Words nearby sprint
Origin of sprint
OTHER WORDS FROM sprintsprint·er, nounout·sprint, verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for sprinted
And a lesser man, like myself, would have sprinted to the airport and hopped the next flight to Miami.
Carter hopped out of the Humvee and sprinted to the corner of the latrines, where he took a knee.
Our ability to detect disease has sprinted far past our ability to manage it, and the trend shows no signs of letting up.George Bush Gets a Heart Stent—and a Close Brush With Our Broken Health-Care System|Kent Sepkowitz|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The security guard, a former British special forces veteran, sprinted toward a nearby olive grove.Richard Engel’s Kidnapping: A Behind the Scenes Look|Jamie Dettmer|December 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He has sprinted toward turmoil in war zones, jungles, and disaster areas from Iraq to Peru.
The Harwell ends were a little in advance but off to the sides, and Joel sprinted hard and easily passed them both.The Half-Back|Ralph Henry Barbour
Then, as we turned together toward the hotel behind us, I flung him on his face with a sudden wrench, and sprinted after the car.The Professor's Mystery|Wells Hastings
The car rolled on in the darkness while Stan sprinted along the hedge.A Yankee Flier Over Berlin|Al Avery
Archie, with a torn coat, rounded the corner, and sprinted down Ninth Avenue.Indiscretions of Archie|P. G. Wodehouse
They, too, wasted no words as they sprinted in his wake, and there was scarcely a dozen yards between them.Forging the Blades|Bertram Mitford