carriers[ kar-ee-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF carriers
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRIERS
The Cacique looked at the carriers on their backs and frowned.
Take food in your food bags and your carriers empty on your backs.'
They caught the Indian carriers, who were just easing their loads under the walls.
All the carriers dropped Smith's body and bolted in the panic.
It is also a valuable convenience both to shippers and carriers.
As he weighed sixteen stone I had no end of rows with the carriers.
Three carriers could have brought all that was wanted to set that steamboat afloat.
It was followed by a supply column, and the bulk of the carriers.
Several of the carriers fell, wounded by the slugs, and the rest fled.
Birds of this sub-race are too valuable to be flown as carriers.