The English hand was the running hand of the old black letter, and was a very crabbed and tedious piece of work.
When Fasta was Eeremoeder she made a running hand out of it.
Handwriting now of every sort the connoisseur may meet; Though a running hand, I think, does most give postmen running feet.
You can not make me believe that you have learned to write that running hand from a book only.
Then I discovered that there were some written characters in an ancient, running hand, it seemed to me, engraved on the arm.
Cursive, kur′siv, adj. written with a running hand, of handwriting: flowing.
This they undertook to do, by main strength and sweat, running hand over hand the float-line of a net.
The message was scrawled in a free, running hand, with several erasures, as if it had been taken over a telephone.
Neither too rounded nor too fine, it is a running hand, yet always suitable.
Before him lay a pure white page, and at the head of this the noble words in a running hand: "Slow and steady wins the race."