Sprint in a sentence

Definition of Sprint

to run very speedy over a short area

Use Sprint in a sentence

The young men sprinted from the car into the house to avoid the rain.

The runners sprinted down the track towards the finish line.

The child stopped briefly to open his presents, and then sprinted outside to play with his friends again.

The winner of the marathon was incredible, after running 40 kilometers, he still had enough energy to sprint the last 100 meters.

The bank robbers sprinted out of the bank with their guns blazing in their hands.

Gordon took the ball on an end around, made two cuts and sprinted 56 yards for a 7-0 lead on the fourth play of the game.

Donovan Bailey won gold in the 100-meter sprint at the 1996 Olympics, in a time of 9.84 seconds.

The student brushed by his friends and sprinted into the classroom.

Greg Lemond sprinted past his nearest competitor to cross the finish line first in today’s stage of Le tour de France.

The children all sprinted for cover when it began to rain.

The young boy began to walk quickly, and then broke into a sprint as the school bus came around the corner.