What is another word for Carried?

521 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ kˈaɹɪd], [ kˈaɹɪd], [ k_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_d]

Carrying is a common action we do or witness on a daily basis, be it carrying a heavy bag, a child, or a tray of food. But what are the synonyms for "carried" that we can use to add some variety to our descriptions? Here are some options: transported, conveyed, transferred, moved, hauled, lifted, supported, bear, shouldered, brought, conveyed, and delivered. Each of these words provides a slightly different nuance and tone to the action of carrying, and can be used depending on the situation and the object being carried. So, instead of always using "carried", we can choose from this list of synonyms to keep our language fresh and dynamic.

Related words: carried away in a dream, carried away by the wind, carried away with enthusiasm, carried away with work, carried away in anger, carried away by the moment, carried away by a red tide, carried away by emotion, carried away with questions

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    Usage examples for Carried

    That principle underlies all the law, and must be Carried into every part of it.
    "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
    G. A. Chadwick
    She had never told any one in Sanford High School about the pretty soldier play which she and Mary had Carried on for so long.
    "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
    Pauline Lester
    The air was soft and sweet around us, and we stayed until a town clock struck twelve; then I took her back, and, as she was not strong, part of the way I Carried her in my arms.
    "The Eye of Dread"
    Payne Erskine

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