Errands [noun]

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If you have to run some errands, you can also put yourself in a room that says you’re not there — those rooms can act as a status.

I run lots of errands on two wheels, but my townie is an ancient converted mountain bike with a standard rear rack.

You can also help get your pets back on schedule by running errands around when you’d leave the house for work, instead of some random point in the day.

Curated by us to help you get through the trying times in the middle of the week, it’s also the perfect soundtrack for running errands or lounging around the house.

When you do go out on an errand, wear a face covering and get your business done as fast as you can.

It made me smile to remember how mature Patsy had been when I meekly ran her errands and gladly wore her yoke in the old days.

Everything and anything he tried, running errands, and even going with the van to solicit material for the following day's meals.

He cuts the wood, builds the fires, and runs the errands; just a lackey boy, and is still just that.

Up and abroad, doing very many errands to my great content which lay as burdens upon my mind and memory.

You hear the other domestics going and coming: orders are given and recalled, errands are well or ill performed.