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carryall

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Compare carriole, cariole.

NounEdit

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carryall (plural carryalls)

  1. (North America) A large bag; a holdall
  2. (North America, dated) A light, covered carriage drawn by a single horse
  3. (US) Any of several types of automobile, usually a station wagon or van built on a truck chassis.

QuotationsEdit

  • 1823 John Brannan - Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States . . .
    I had despatched colonel Wells early in the evening in a carryall to procure intelligence.
  • 2002 Rochelle Hollander Schwab - A Departure from the Script
    Naomi . . . unpacked several rolled flannel pouches that looked like those I kept my good silver in, and put them into a canvas carryall.