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runny

[ruhn-ee] /ˈrʌn i/
adjective, runnier, runniest.
1.
tending to run or drip:
a runny paste.
2.
(of the nose) discharging mucus.
Origin of runny
1810-1820
1810-20; run + -y1
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runny

/ˈrʌnɪ/
adjective -nier, -niest
1.
tending to flow; liquid
2.
(of the nose or nasal passages) exuding mucus
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Word Origin and History for runny
adj.

1817, from run (v.) + -y (2).

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