"Well, I must say Marmaduke might have remembered that he had other relatives besides that runagate son," grumbled the squire.
Osberne stood up and said: "What hast thou been about, runagate?"
This runagate young lawyer, whom chance had blown into his company, had evidently been sent by Fate to make his fortune for him.
Such was indeed my intention up to the year 1785, when I found this runagate at Vienna.
"Nay, no runagate; he goes too slow ever to run," said Don Jordy.
Thou, false heretic and runagate, sayest that thou wilt not obey our General or Provincial Councils.
To avert suspicion that he meant to become a runagate, Ralegh was ready not to command, but to ship as a private man.
No runagate serf in medival Europe was more severely dealt with than the Congo native who dared to range afield.
(sun away) or unwary or runagate or run-astray Taylor MS. conj.
There came also to them auxiliaries out of Syria, and the country round about; as also many of the runagate Jews.