A competition between runners, horses, vehicles, etc. to see which is the fastest in covering a set course
Each of the major divisions of humankind, having distinct physical characteristics
A ginger root
Dave won the race and Andy came second
the school has pupils of many different races
A race organized by an aero club.
Either of the ring-shaped components of a ball bearing that have grooves in which the balls run
The (typically artificial) channel that brings water to a mill wheel or turbine.
(An alternative name for) the Tour of Britain, an annual multistage cycling race once sponsored by the Milk Marketing Board.
The competition between nations to be the first to land on the moon.
A race between people pushing prams, often to raise money for charity.
To engage in race-baiting.
A ball held in connection with a race meeting.
An automobile built or modified for racing
A cup or other trophy given as a prize to the winner of a race.
A day on which a race or set of races is held.
A fund from which the prizes in a horse race are (partially) financed.
A board game simulating a race in which rival counters or tokens proceed, often at the throw of a dice; also in extended use.
A gang of petty criminals who frequent race meetings.
A difference between racial groups, especially with regards to pay, representation, etc.
Agriculture (chiefly Australian and NZ) a gate through which animals (especially sheep) enter or leave a race.
A black man, especially one who (strongly) advocates the rights of black people; a supporter of black nationalism.
An identifying mark attached to pigeons before a particular race.
To supply (a pigeon) with a race mark.
Originally and chiefly US a racetrack.
A starting or finishing post; also in extended use.
A violent disturbance resulting from racial tension or hostility; a race riot.
A shed used for storage, etc., at a racetrack.
A headlong, heedless rush, like that of a charging ram.
A race conducted on a road (sometimes as opposed to a racetrack).
The compartment or passage through which a driving-rope passes.
A division of a race of people or animals.
(Originally in yachting) a race in which times are adjusted according to an allowance made to reflect differences in size, weight, etc.
A competition between nations for superiority in the development and accumulation of weapons
A race between rowing crews
A race between two cars over a short distance, usually a quarter of a mile, as a test of acceleration
A horse race over a course with no jumps, as opposed to a steeplechase or hurdles
The channel carrying the swift current of water that drives a mill wheel
A public outbreak of violence due to racial antagonism
A way of life in which people are caught up in a fiercely competitive struggle for wealth or power
A race in which competitors stand in sacks and jump forward
A fast-flowing stretch of a river or stream below a dam or watermill
Any of various types of race in which a barrel is used in some way; (in later use especially) a rodeo event (usually for women) in which each competitor rides a horse in a set pattern around three barrels in the shortest possible time.
A race of people considered or claiming to be pre-eminent.
A race, especially a horse race, run according to competition rules.
A race or competitive game decided by the skill and speed with which potatoes are picked up, passed on, etc.
A person who engages in race-baiting.
Weaving the board on which a shuttle slides.
(Of the construction of a ship) not having castles, flush-decked.
A person who drives race cars as a profession