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1. carry (Noun)

7 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. accept 6 letters 84 synonyms
2. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
3. shoulder 8 letters 45 synonyms
4. support 7 letters 347 synonyms
5. sustain 7 letters 128 synonyms
6. take on 6 letters 47 synonyms
7. take up 6 letters 72 synonyms
1 definition
carry (Noun) —   The act of carrying something
5 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. conveyance 10 letters 30 synonyms
2. transfer 8 letters 90 synonyms
3. transferral 11 letters 4 synonyms
4. transport 9 letters 96 synonyms
5. transportation 14 letters 24 synonyms
7 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. backpacking 11 letters 2 synonyms
2. fireman's carry 14 letters 0 synonyms
3. packing 7 letters 29 synonyms
4. pickaback 9 letters 2 synonyms
5. piggyback 9 letters 2 synonyms
6. portage 7 letters 0 synonyms
7. porterage 9 letters 0 synonyms

2. carry (Verb)

122 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. accommodate 11 letters 93 synonyms
2. accompany 9 letters 53 synonyms
3. accomplish 10 letters 89 synonyms
4. acquit 6 letters 32 synonyms
5. affect 6 letters 77 synonyms
6. arrange 7 letters 172 synonyms
7. attend 6 letters 96 synonyms
8. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
9. bear up 6 letters 10 synonyms
10. behave 6 letters 32 synonyms
11. bias 4 letters 104 synonyms
12. brace 5 letters 121 synonym
13. bring 5 letters 52 synonyms
14. burden 6 letters 134 synonyms
15. capture 7 letters 97 synonyms
16. carry over 9 letters 17 synonyms
17. cart 4 letters 21 synonym
18. channel 7 letters 124 synonyms
19. chaperon 8 letters 31 synonym
20. chargeen.synonym.one 6 letters 363 synonyms
21. clench 6 letters 21 synonym
22. clinch 6 letters 38 synonyms
23. clutch 6 letters 66 synonyms
24. comport 7 letters 7 synonyms
25. conduct 7 letters 141 synonym
26. contain 7 letters 67 synonyms
27. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
28. convey 6 letters 70 synonyms
29. convoy 6 letters 41 synonym
30. deliver 7 letters 124 synonyms
31. deport 6 letters 33 synonyms
32. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
33. discharge 9 letters 268 synonyms
34. dislodge 8 letters 59 synonyms
35. displace 8 letters 73 synonyms
36. drag 4 letters 71 synonym
37. dribble 7 letters 21 synonym
38. drive 5 letters 214 synonyms
39. effect 6 letters 141 synonym
40. embody 6 letters 59 synonyms
41. embrace 7 letters 97 synonyms
42. encumber 8 letters 39 synonyms
43. excavate 8 letters 47 synonyms
44. expect 6 letters 56 synonyms
45. express 7 letters 144 synonyms
46. extend 6 letters 131 synonym
47. ferry 5 letters 14 synonyms
48. fetch 5 letters 10 synonyms
49. follow 6 letters 124 synonyms
50. gainen.synonym.one 4 letters 150 synonyms
51. gestate 7 letters 7 synonyms
52. get 3 letters 175 synonyms
53. go after 7 letters 28 synonyms
54. go for 5 letters 16 synonyms
55. go with 6 letters 41 synonym
56. grasp 5 letters 124 synonyms
57. grip 4 letters 104 synonyms
58. group 5 letters 144 synonyms
59. guide 5 letters 160 synonyms
60. haul 4 letters 62 synonyms
61. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
62. have a bun in the oven 17 letters 4 synonyms
63. hold 4 letters 294 synonyms
64. hold up 6 letters 68 synonyms
65. impart 6 letters 75 synonyms
66. impel 5 letters 71 synonym
67. impress 7 letters 39 synonyms
68. influence 9 letters 165 synonyms
69. inspire 7 letters 76 synonyms
70. introduce 9 letters 95 synonyms
71. keep 4 letters 112 synonyms
72. lead 4 letters 133 synonyms
73. lift 4 letters 113 synonyms
74. line up 6 letters 46 synonyms
75. load 4 letters 85 synonyms
76. lug 3 letters 59 synonyms
77. move 4 letters 187 synonyms
78. obtain 6 letters 105 synonyms
79. order 5 letters 378 synonyms
80. pack 4 letters 148 synonyms
81. pass 4 letters 259 synonyms
82. persuade 8 letters 63 synonyms
83. post 4 letters 138 synonyms
84. press 5 letters 148 synonyms
85. prevail 7 letters 48 synonyms
86. propel 6 letters 47 synonyms
87. pull 4 letters 126 synonyms
88. receive 7 letters 73 synonyms
89. remove 6 letters 127 synonyms
90. replace 7 letters 58 synonyms
91. restock 7 letters 15 synonyms
92. retrieve 8 letters 30 synonyms
93. run 3 letters 280 synonyms
94. seat 4 letters 98 synonyms
95. secure 6 letters 250 synonyms
96. seesaw 6 letters 16 synonyms
97. send 4 letters 77 synonyms
98. shelve 6 letters 37 synonyms
99. ship 4 letters 58 synonyms
100. shoulder 8 letters 45 synonyms
101. shuttle 7 letters 20 synonyms
102. stack 5 letters 62 synonyms
103. stand 5 letters 145 synonyms
104. stock 5 letters 160 synonyms
105. stockpile 9 letters 37 synonyms
106. succeed 7 letters 83 synonyms
107. suffer 6 letters 67 synonyms
108. support 7 letters 347 synonyms
109. sustain 7 letters 128 synonyms
110. sway 4 letters 119 synonyms
111. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
112. take across in a boat 17 letters 7 synonyms
113. tow 3 letters 24 synonyms
114. transfer 8 letters 90 synonyms
115. transmit 8 letters 63 synonyms
116. transport 9 letters 96 synonyms
117. tug 3 letters 38 synonyms
118. uphold 6 letters 80 synonyms
119. urge 4 letters 133 synonyms
120. usher 5 letters 29 synonyms
121. vacillate 9 letters 40 synonyms
122. win 3 letters 59 synonyms
40 definitions
carry (Verb) —   Move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body 4 examples
1. ex. "carry the suitcases to the car"
2. ex. "This train is carrying nuclear waste"
3. ex. "These pipes carry waste water into the river"
4. ex. "You must carry your camping gear"
carry (Verb) —   Have with oneself; have on one's person 1 example
1. ex. "I always carry money"
carry (Verb) —   Serve as the medium for transmission, allow movement of 2 examples
1. ex. "Sound carries well over water"
2. ex. "The airwaves carry the sound"
carry (Verb) —   Serve as a means for expressing something 2 examples
1. ex. "The painting of Mary carries motherly love"
2. ex. "His voice carried a lot of anger"
carry (Verb) —   Bear or be able to bear the weight, pressure,or responsibility of 3 examples
1. ex. "His efforts carried the entire project"
2. ex. "How many credits is this student carrying?"
3. ex. "We carry a very large mortgage"
carry (Verb) —   Support or hold in a certain manner 1 example
1. ex. "He carried himself upright"
carry (Verb) —   Have within 1 example
1. ex. "The jar carries wine"
carry (Verb) —   Extend to a certain degree 2 examples
1. ex. "carry too far"
2. ex. "She carries her ideas to the extreme"
carry (Verb) —   Continue in location 1 example
1. ex. "The civil war carried into the neighbouring province"
carry (Verb) —   Be necessarily associated with or result in or involve 1 example
1. ex. "This crime carries a penalty of five years in prison"
carry (Verb) —   Win in an election 1 example
1. ex. "The senator carried his home state"
carry (Verb) —   Include, as on a list 1 example
1. ex. "How many people are carried on the payroll?"
carry (Verb) —   Behave in a certain manner 1 example
1. ex. "She carried herself well"
carry (Verb) —   Have on hand 1 example
1. ex. "Do you carry kerosene heaters?"
carry (Verb) —   Include as the content; broadcast or publicize 2 examples
1. ex. "This paper carries a restaurant review"
2. ex. "All major networks carried the press conference"
carry (Verb) —   (sport) run with the ball, in basketball bouncing the ball or in soccer or hockey making small kicks 1 example
1. ex. "Carry the ball"
carry (Verb) —   Pass on a communication 1 example
1. ex. "The news was carried to every village in the province"
carry (Verb) —   Have as an inherent or characteristic feature or have as a consequence 6 examples
1. ex. "This new washer carries a two year guarantee"
2. ex. "The loan carries a high interest rate"
3. ex. "this undertaking carries many dangers"
4. ex. "She carries her mother's genes"
5. ex. "These bonds carry warrants"
6. ex. "The restaurant carries an unusual name"
carry (Verb) —   Be conveyed over a certain distance 1 example
1. ex. "Her voice carries very well in this big opera house"
carry (Verb) —   Keep up with financial support 1 example
1. ex. "The Federal Government carried the province for many years"
carry (Verb) —   Have or possess something abstract 4 examples
1. ex. "I carry her image in my mind's eye"
2. ex. "I will carry the secret to my grave"
3. ex. "I carry these thoughts in the back of my head"
4. ex. "I carry a lot of life insurance"
carry (Verb) —   Be equipped with (a mast or sail) 1 example
1. ex. "This boat can only carry a small sail"
carry (Verb) —   Win approval or support for 1 example
1. ex. "Carry all before one"
carry (Verb) —   Compensate for a weaker partner or member by one's own performance 1 example
1. ex. "I resent having to carry her all the time"
carry (Verb) —   Take further or advance 1 example
1. ex. "carry a cause"
carry (Verb) —   Have on the surface or on the skin 1 example
1. ex. "carry scars"
carry (Verb) —   Capture after a fight 1 example
1. ex. "The troops carried the town after a brief fight"
carry (Verb) —   Transfer (entries) from one account book to another
carry (Verb) —   Transfer (a number, cipher, or remainder) to the next column or unit's place before or after, in addition or multiplication 1 example
1. ex. "put down 5 and carry 2"
carry (Verb) —   Pursue a line of scent or be a bearer 1 example
1. ex. "the dog was taught to fetch and carry"
carry (Verb) —   (farming) bear (a crop) 1 example
1. ex. "this land does not carry olives"
carry (Verb) —   Propel or give impetus to
carry (Verb) —   Drink alcohol without showing ill effects 1 example
1. ex. "he had drunk more than he could carry"
carry (Verb) —   Be able to feed 1 example
1. ex. "This land will carry ten cows to the acre"
carry (Verb) —   Have a certain range 1 example
1. ex. "This rifle carries for 3,000 feet"
carry (Verb) —   (golf) cover a certain distance or advance beyond 1 example
1. ex. "The drive carried to the green"
carry (Verb) —   Secure the passage or adoption (of bills and motions) 1 example
1. ex. "The motion carried easily"
carry (Verb) —   Be successful in 1 example
1. ex. "She lost the game but carried the match"
carry (Verb) —   Sing or play against other voices or parts 1 example
1. ex. "He cannot carry a tune"
carry (Verb) —   Be pregnant with 1 example
1. ex. "I am carrying his child"
84 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. act 3 letters 136 synonyms
2. act upon 7 letters 2 synonyms
3. advance 7 letters 292 synonyms
4. appropriate 11 letters 145 synonyms
5. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
6. birth 5 letters 44 synonyms
7. boost 5 letters 70 synonyms
8. booze 5 letters 24 synonyms
9. bring 5 letters 52 synonyms
10. broadcast 9 letters 75 synonyms
11. capture 7 letters 97 synonyms
12. circularise 11 letters 10 synonyms
13. circularize 11 letters 10 synonyms
14. circulate 9 letters 56 synonyms
15. communicate 11 letters 69 synonyms
16. compensate 10 letters 43 synonyms
17. conquer 7 letters 67 synonyms
18. continue 8 letters 96 synonyms
19. convey 6 letters 70 synonyms
20. correct 7 letters 135 synonyms
21. counterbalance 14 letters 36 synonyms
22. deliver 7 letters 124 synonyms
23. diffuse 7 letters 79 synonyms
24. disperse 8 letters 69 synonyms
25. displace 8 letters 73 synonyms
26. disseminate 11 letters 62 synonyms
27. distribute 10 letters 92 synonyms
28. do 2 letters 112 synonyms
29. drink 5 letters 69 synonyms
30. effect 6 letters 141 synonym
31. encourage 9 letters 117 synonyms
32. even off 7 letters 6 synonyms
33. even out 7 letters 9 synonyms
34. even up 6 letters 8 synonyms
35. execute 7 letters 99 synonyms
36. farm 4 letters 32 synonyms
37. feature 7 letters 68 synonyms
38. follow 6 letters 124 synonyms
39. fuddle 6 letters 31 synonym
40. further 7 letters 76 synonyms
41. give birth 9 letters 4 synonyms
42. go 2 letters 158 synonyms
43. grow 4 letters 108 synonyms
44. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
45. have got 7 letters 2 synonyms
46. hit 3 letters 198 synonyms
47. hold 4 letters 294 synonyms
48. hold up 6 letters 68 synonyms
49. impel 5 letters 71 synonym
50. imply 5 letters 45 synonyms
51. include 7 letters 73 synonyms
52. influence 9 letters 165 synonyms
53. intercommunicate 16 letters 1 synonym
54. involve 7 letters 91 synonym
55. keep 4 letters 112 synonyms
56. locomote 8 letters 3 synonyms
57. maintain 8 letters 110 synonyms
58. make up 6 letters 74 synonyms
59. move 4 letters 187 synonyms
60. nourish 7 letters 49 synonyms
61. nurture 7 letters 64 synonyms
62. obtain 6 letters 105 synonyms
63. pass 4 letters 259 synonyms
64. pass along 9 letters 4 synonyms
65. pass around 10 letters 11 synonyms
66. pass on 6 letters 40 synonyms
67. perform 7 letters 87 synonyms
68. produce 7 letters 140 synonyms
69. promote 7 letters 97 synonyms
70. propagate 9 letters 51 synonym
71. propel 6 letters 47 synonyms
72. put across 9 letters 4 synonyms
73. raise 5 letters 179 synonyms
74. range 5 letters 164 synonyms
75. seize 5 letters 99 synonyms
76. shift 5 letters 127 synonyms
77. spread 6 letters 236 synonyms
78. support 7 letters 347 synonyms
79. sustain 7 letters 128 synonyms
80. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
81. transfer 8 letters 90 synonyms
82. travel 6 letters 72 synonyms
83. win 3 letters 59 synonyms
84. work 4 letters 204 synonyms
40 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. assert 6 letters 87 synonyms
2. balance 7 letters 136 synonyms
3. bear 4 letters 170 synonyms
4. bring 5 letters 52 synonyms
5. bring in 7 letters 19 synonyms
6. bucket 6 letters 38 synonyms
7. cart 4 letters 21 synonym
8. chariot 7 letters 0 synonyms
9. confine 7 letters 132 synonyms
10. convey 6 letters 70 synonyms
11. deal 4 letters 140 synonyms
12. enclose 7 letters 84 synonyms
13. fluster 7 letters 28 synonyms
14. fly 3 letters 104 synonyms
15. haul 4 letters 62 synonyms
16. hold in 6 letters 11 synonyms
17. lug 3 letters 59 synonyms
18. measure 7 letters 191 synonym
19. pack 4 letters 148 synonyms
20. piggyback 9 letters 2 synonyms
21. pipe in 6 letters 0 synonyms
22. poise 5 letters 115 synonyms
23. port 4 letters 44 synonyms
24. porter 6 letters 13 synonyms
25. pose 4 letters 71 synonym
26. posture 7 letters 43 synonyms
27. put forward 10 letters 16 synonyms
28. quantify 8 letters 2 synonyms
29. quantitate 10 letters 2 synonyms
30. retain 6 letters 47 synonyms
31. retransmit 10 letters 0 synonyms
32. return 6 letters 161 synonym
33. shoulder 8 letters 45 synonyms
34. sling 5 letters 47 synonyms
35. stoop 5 letters 59 synonyms
36. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
37. tote 4 letters 19 synonyms
38. tug 3 letters 38 synonyms
39. walk around 10 letters 3 synonyms
40. wash up 6 letters 8 synonyms
3 topics
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. farm animal 10 letters 2 synonyms
2. livestock 9 letters 4 synonyms
3. stock 5 letters 160 synonyms
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