Raced in a sentence

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How to use raced in a sentence. Raced pronunciation.

He put his ear to the floor and listened to the herd of buffaloes that raced across the prairie.
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If she had had her way, she would have walked very fast down the Tottenham Court Road, and then sprung into a cab and raced swiftly home.
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He raced down from St. Heliers, in a covered fly, and has brought the very latest news from Fort Regent.
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Scenery flew, shifted, returned; again the line of the downs raced and the hollows reposed simultaneously.
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We rode till we raced.
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She shortened her stride as we raced at the brook.
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It charged up a hill for 200 yards, then changed its mind and charged down again, then raced to a bunch of tempting herbage, cropped it hastily, dashed to a knoll, left at an angle, darted toward us till within 40 yards, then dropped into a thick bed of grass, where it lay as though it had unlimited time.
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And then we raced after the great creature grazing from us.
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Her thoughts raced with her.
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Instantly Charlotta flew to the garden gate and raced up to the door.
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Straight toward the fence they raced, Johnny with his ears laid back tight against his skull and his nose pointed straight out before him, with old Applehead leaning forward and yelling to Johnny with a cracked hoarseness that alone betrayed how far youth was behind him.
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They succeeded in burying a bullet in the packed bedding, but that was all. Three hundred yards or so in the lead, the four raced down the long, gentle slope.
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Venters gently put her from him and steadied her upon her feet; and all the while his blood raced wild, and a thrilling tingle unsteadied his nerve, and something-that he had seen and felt in her-that he could not understand-seemed very close to him, warm and rich as a fragrant breath, sweet as nothing had ever before been sweet to him.
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But this time he ran, not away from the sound, but towards it. As he raced along the slippery streets the night air was ripped again and again with those same loud reverberations.
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Side by side Blake and O'Connell raced towards the Chief, whom they saw lurching uncertainly along the banquette ahead of them.
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With a sharp twinge of apprehension he sighted another man approaching the place at a run, and leaping from his conveyance, he raced on with frantic speed.
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His record stands unbroken, and in villages from Katmai to the Kuskokwim the Indians tell of the tall white man with the team of fifteen huskies who raced through as if a demon were at his heels; how he bored headlong into the blizzards and braved January's fiercest rage; how his guides dropped and his dogs died in their collars.
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They raced up the slope that led from the town to the forest.
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As swiftly as a wolf he raced across the clearing to the trail that led down to St. James.
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With his hand on the compressor of the windlass, Matt Peasley snubbed her gently to the forty-five fathom shackle, cast off his jib halyards to let the jib slide down the stay by its own weight, raced aft, and gently lowered the spanker as the American barkentine _Retriever_, with the yellow flag flying at the fore, swung gently to anchor on the quarantine grounds, two hundred and twenty-one days from Manila.
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Examples of Raced

Example #1
Presently, hearing the door open, he held his breath so that he might not be discovered; but a violent hand piled away a chair and the cushions fell down.
Example #2
All these he had taken and, with the help of the gilt rout chairs, light and easy to move, had made an elaborate cave in which he could hide himself from the Red Indians who were lurking behind the curtains.
Example #3
The view she had had of the inside of an office was of the nature of a dream to her.
Example #4
She, too, had her margin of imagination, and to-night her activity in this obscure region of the mind required solitude.
Example #5
The Stella has lost the tide, cannot enter, and has, therefore, turned south, running down the channel.
Example #6
She can not dare to enter St. Heliers now till between ten and eleven to-night.