script or calligraphy characterized by uniformly slanted letters that are written quickly and connected by long, continuous strokes of the pen.
noun, Printing. 1. a descriptive word, phrase, title, or the like, usually repeated at the top of each page of a book, periodical, etc. running head noun 1. (printing) a heading printed at the top of every page or every other page of a book
noun 1. a joke or humorous allusion used recurrently in a play, film, television skit, etc., for a cumulative comic effect. 2. a subject, reference, remark, etc., that is a continual source of humor.
noun 1. a knot made around and so as to slide along a part of the same rope, thus forming a noose (running noose) that tightens as the rope is pulled.
noun 1. any of various lights required to be displayed by a vessel or aircraft operating between sunset and sunrise. running light noun 1. (nautical) one of several white, red, or green lights displayed by vessels operating at night