carryall

noun car·ry·all \ ˈka-rē-ˌȯl , ˈker-ē- \

Definition of carryall

1
[by folk etymology from French carriole, from Old Occitan carriola, ultimately from Latin carrus car]
a : a light covered carriage for four or more persons
b : a passenger automobile used as a small bus
2 : a capacious bag or carrying case

Examples of carryall in a Sentence

  1. took only a small carryall on the plane

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First Known Use of carryall

1714


CARRYALL Defined for English Language Learners

carryall

noun

Definition of carryall for English Language Learners

  • : a large bag or carrying case



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