carry off


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Related to carry off: in earnest, get along, carry out, carry through, start off, trip up
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I think I could defi-nitely carry off the ponytail.
It was left to her actress pal Jaime Winstone to show how to carry off Hogg's futuristic designs.
It's just that driving all the way from Yorkshire, as some looters are said to have done, and using trolleys and prams to carry off BMW gearboxes and bags of nappies, isn't quite as picturesque as a group of quaint 19th-century villagers hiding a few barrels of rum washed up by the tide.
THEY'RE FIXIN' TO GUN DOWN THE MEN, BURN THE TOWN AND CARRY OFF OUR WIMMENFOLK.
In some cases, the intruders stole vehicles from the homes they burglarized to carry off their loot.
A stream of ambient air is forced through the drum to carry off the moisture.