run back to

run back to someone or something

to return to someone or something in a hurry. The child ran back to her mother. We all ran back to the house.
See also: back, run
References in classic literature ?
A lifelong habit of his at this time of the year; but he was ready to run back to Paris if he could do anything for his "chere enfant," run back for a day, for two days, for three days, for any time; miss Monte Carlo this year altogether, if he could be of the slightest use and save her going herself.
Shall I run back to Paris and make it up for you with Azzolati?
It was during this period that he might have harkened to the memories of the lair and the stream and run back to the Wild.
I lost no time in letting fly several arrows, and at last one of the great animals fell to the ground dead, and the others retreated, leaving me free to come down from my hiding place and run back to tell my master of my success, for which I was praised and regaled with good things.
I jumped into the canoe and run back to the stern, and grabbed the paddle and set her back a stroke.
So now the desire to know the history of a very portly toad, added to her habitual affectionateness, made her run back to Maggie and say, "Oh, there is such a big, funny toad, Maggie
The long, low howl rose and fell, and Mowgli saw Messua's husband flinch and turn, half minded to run back to the hut.
However it goes, I will run back to thee when I am tired.