carry[ kar-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF carry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRY
Geta dared trust no one but me to carry a message to Clinias.
At the same time I will carry him some berries as a present.
Then I shall have to put it out of your power to carry out your threat.
I gave him my carpetbag to carry this morning, and he ran away with it.
Calling Tommy, we soon overtook him and made him carry it back to the party.
We had to carry the water from the spring in drums, which was slow and hard work.
Yet he is not possessed of the civil rights which citizenship should carry with it.
She put out both arms as if to lift the young girl, and carry her away.
The story will signally fail of its purpose if it does not carry its own moral with it.
Were I a man, she should suppose I was aiming to carry the county—Popularity!