carrying[ kar-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF carrying
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARRYING
Eucoline, the daughter of Agatho, attended me, carrying a lighted torch.
She, carrying the babies, drugged with paregoric, in a basket on her arm.
On the 14th, therefore, we started, carrying with us about thirty gallons of water.
But let not any man think of carrying this measure by force.
Last of all, there was the explosion, the carrying off of the coin in its canvas sacks to the horses.
This is the true American system, and I look to you to aid in carrying it out.
Orderlies were going about, carrying out linens, emptying pans.
When K. insisted on carrying her upstairs, she went in a flutter.
"I think that was carrying your theory a little too far," said the professor dubiously.
Besides, you're never going back on carrying in the books, are you?