race

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  • The following year, he was back into a race car one more time.
  • He won the four way race with a large majority to return to office.
  • He won the three-way race with a large majority to return to office.
  • The following year he took part in his first race as a driver.
  • His popular vote in the three way race was cut in half.
  • He won a larger majority to easily hold his seat in the three way race.
  • It is impossible, therefore, to tell whether they are a long-lived race. Cited from Schwatka's Search, by William H. Gilder
  • It was the first off-road race of its type on snow.
  • He won the largest popular vote of his career winning the three way race easily.
  • He increased his popular vote easily winning the three way race to hold his seat.
  • The cross country race is an event held around the same time as the sports day.
  • He won the popular vote in the three way race on the first count.
  • He held the district taking just under half the popular vote in the three way race.
  • He increased his popular vote slightly easily winning the three way race.
  • I never thought of his dying, he comes of such a long-lived race. Cited from The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, by George L. Prentiss
  • This engine was used not only in production cars but also in their race cars.
  • He increased his popular vote slightly from the last election to win a three way race.
  • The event is the longest-running national cross country race for high school students.
  • After the start of the world championship, these non-championship races continued.
  • After the start of the world championship, these non-championship races continued.
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Meaning of race

  • noun Any competition
    the race for the presidency
  • noun A contest of speed
    the race is to the swift
  • noun People who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
    some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings
  • verb Compete in a race
    he is running the Marathon this year, let's race and see who gets there first
  • verb To work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others
    We are racing to find a cure for AIDS
  • verb Cause to move fast or to rush or race
    The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze