Definition of runtish in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈrʌntɪʃ/

Entry from British & World English dictionary


Stunted in growth; undersized: most animals let their runtish or sickly offspring die
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  • Scotland have another reason to appreciate their assimilated Scots: they offer height to an otherwise runtish squad.
  • Far from being a unique design, it's the runtish twin of the celebrated Fiat 500 revamp.
  • This feeble, runtish, orphaned enfant gâté revelled in the deference of the betting ring and the admiration which accompanied his huge wagers.

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