Antonyms for carrying over

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After carrying over our canoe and luggage, we encamped at the upper end.

Up and back from it ran the chain which the smith had been carrying over his shoulder.

But, Joe, you were doing something: what were you carrying over to Ready-Money?

In a wonderfully short time he came back, carrying over his shoulder a little glossy black bearskin.

Luellas mother was carrying over her arm Luellas spring coat, her everyday one, a dark blue reefer.

Pete Dally dropped the big haversack he was carrying over his broad shoulders, and obeyed.

The President now brought up a question that he had been carrying over from the campaign period.

You wonder where they came from, where they are going, what they are carrying over their shoulders and in their hands.

Soon he returned, carrying over his shoulder a door-mat which he threw down at her feet.

He took a light overcoat he had been carrying over his arm and spread it on the heather.