Thesaurus / carried away

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Beatrice would be the very person to be carried away by an idea of duty.

BeatriceH. Rider Haggard

On the morning of July 27th, a marauding party of Indians burst into the house, and carried away the two ladies.

We are all of us liable to be carried away, and there is much excuse for you in this.

The Rome ExpressArthur Griffiths

But the King was angry, and his daughter even more so, that she should be carried away by a common, discharged soldier.

The Yellow Fairy BookLeonora Blanche Alleyne Lang

There were times when I myself was carried away by this play of my own invention.

Marie TarnowskaAnnie Vivanti

All the underbrush had been carried away and the straight, sweet-smelling pines rose from a carpet of dry needles.

Jewel's Story BookClara Louise Burnham

Under these circumstances, it is surprising that so little plunder was carried away from a city taken by assault.

The preacher alleged that he was carried away by the Spirit.

I suppose,” he said slowly, “you know why I have been carried away.

So when the mother quail asked all the animals, "Can you tell me who has carried away my little son?"

The Book of Nature MythsFlorence Holbrook

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