carry away[ kar-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF carry away
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRY AWAY
"You 'll carry away the mast," cried Cashel, as he heard the order.
I am dying, to carry away with me the love I am not to tell—my love for you, Kate.'
These are not the memories I wanted you to carry away with you; but what would you have?
"You carry away a thousand crowns," the Captain answered quietly.
And carry away the keen-scented fruit of his cutting, cord upon cord.
That's the sort of music I like, something you can carry away with you.
Then we'll take down the presses and carry away the parts, piece by piece.
Is it not true that with the harvest of our toil they carry away our faith in God, and in His word?
I'm ashamed to have any body see me carry away so little at one time.
The railway was then taxed to its utmost to carry away the stores of most value.