She was conveyed to the palace in a cedar carriage, carefully screened from observation.
Examples will give a better notion of this than can be conveyed by any definition.
The most startling—the most painful intelligence has just been conveyed to me.
She did not see its name, and if she had it would naturally not have conveyed any idea to her.
Lieutenant Craswell took charge of these and conveyed them safely to Winter Harbour.
I am told that the wood is not conveyed in this way now, which is a pity.
But what he conveyed was, No no no, sweet Ruth; or something to that effect.
Be so good as to cause them to be conveyed to her, and to let her know from whom they came.
The Colonel was conveyed, snorting apoplectically, to his room.
When cut it is conveyed into the rotting-tub, as we shall presently explain.