carryall[ kar-ee-awl ]SEE DEFINITION OF carryall
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRYALL
He sighed, heavily, and his sigh was echoed from the back seat of the carryall.
But Miss Parker had not waited for him to finish; she was already on her way to the carryall.
It was of the "carryall" variety, except that it had but a single narrow seat.
We all said we'd go with him, and we went, six in one carryall.
Ralph glanced at the carryall, and then at those who were expected to occupy it.
The water mounted to the hubs, then to the bottom of the carryall.
The carryall was now floating, with the water covering the floor.
The carryall had suddenly begun to rock, and there were streaks of foam about it.
We've had tub races and the like of that, but a carryall sailin' match 'll be somethin' new.
Ben bundled him into the carryall and took his place with Grace.