past tense of run.
We ran around the park.
A cat ran after a mouse.
The cat ran up the tree.
He ran the fastest of all.
He cried out and ran away.
She ran as fast as possible.
A boy ran off with some money.
The boy ran away when he saw me.
The horse ran through the fields.
He ran past without noticing her.
I ran into an old friend of mine.
She ran her tongue over her lips.
We ran out of gas on our way there.
A big animal ran away from the zoo.
He ran to school, arriving in time.
Hardly had he seen me when he ran away.
I ran across your mother in the library.
She got off the bus and ran towards him.
He ran up the stairs breathing very hard.
We ran out of time, so we had to cut our presentation short.
The distance he ran was much greater than had been expected.
My brother ran out of the room without saying anything.
The cat ran right in front of the bus and was run over.
As soon as he caught sight of a policeman, he ran away.
She ran across her old friend while walking in the park.
She ran as fast as she could to catch up with the others.
No sooner had she opened the door than a cat ran out.
The thief ran away in the direction of the station.
Two nasty guys robbed me of my jewels and ran away.