[ US /ˈɹənəˌbaʊt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈʌnɐbˌa‍ʊt/ ]
  1. an open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use runabout In A Sentence

  • Whether you are looking for an economical city runabout or a first car, a good supermini makes increasingly sound sense for Irish motorists.
  • The house comes with a 19-foot runabout, a canoe, kayaks, sailboards, and snorkeling and fishing gear.
  • Designed as a city runabout, the two-door hatchback is shorter and narrower than a Maruti 800 and can just accommodate two adults and two children.
  • It might just be that these retro runabouts really are something to feel good about.
  • `As a matter of fact, I bought me a little runabout only this afternoon. THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE
  • Cobalt boats, widely admired as the Steinways of the runabout class - roughly defined as trailerable craft with inboard motors - are built about as far from a lapping tide as is geographically possible in America.
  • The 500C is a pure metropolitan runabout, so its pleasures are centered on its capering nimbleness and maneuverability, not to mention ease of parking. The Fiat 500C Can't Fail
  • The runabout was a bare fifty yards ahead of her, and it was coming on with a speed which shook even Lady's excitement-craving nerves. Further Adventures of Lad
  • I mean, if you decide you need a motorized runabout because you have a dicky hip or your monstrous bulk is too heavy to haul to Safeway, do you qualify?
  • Such advances have lengthened servicing intervals in many cases to two years or up to 19,000 miles on ordinary runabouts.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy