carry through

[ kar-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF carry through

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRY THROUGH

Yet here I was determined to carry through this thing as I had begun it.

It takes a man, though, to originate and carry through all this.

Would she be able to carry through the hazardous task she'd undertaken?

There was as much derision in the voice as can carry through a megaphone.

Denison felt sorry for him, and had a hard duty to carry through.

Still, that is his plot which he will carry through if he is able.

The selection of the group best able to carry through this adventure.

Samuel would be just the man to carry through a transaction of that sort.

The task was now ended which he had set himself to carry through.

Do not attempt more than you are sure of your ability to carry through well.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CARRY THROUGH

carry the ball

verbassume the leading role
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