carried away

[ kar-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF carried away

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRIED AWAY

At length, carried away by impatience, I reprimanded him publicly.

In despair he looked at her as she flew along, as if carried away by the blast.

We captured an immense amount of these stores, a portion of which we carried away.

As for me, I was carried away with my teeth chattering, nervous and half fainting.

Other carriages would come, but there were the dead to be carried away.

He slew all the males, and carried away all the women and children.

An amateur, however, is carried away by his desire for results.

The smoke was carried away through a great cleft in the rocks.

Some one ran for his mother, and after a time he was carried away.

Every morning their dung is carried away, and they are well curried and combed.

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