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cart away


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v cart away take away by means of a vehicle "They carted off the old furniture"
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In literature:

Then they were pinioned and placed in the cart under the gallows; the fires were lighted, the cart moved away.
"Highways and Byways in Surrey" by Eric Parker
At the side of the cart-track by the gate was an old boot thrown away, and it served me for something to keep my eyes engaged.
"Tatterdemalion" by John Galsworthy
Accordingly, when his cart was loaded he went away, leaving Phonny and Malleville in their cavern.
"Stuyvesant" by Jacob Abbott
The goods roped in the cart, Ursula mounted her bicycle and sped away to Beldover.
"The Rainbow" by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
The furnishings were torn out, and Deacon Hubbard's carved pew was carted away to be used as a hog-sty.
"The Siege of Boston" by Allen French
The little pale face of the elder girl looked out at the open end of the cart; she salaamed as they drove away.
"Things as They Are" by Amy Wilson-Carmichael
Don Quixote was greatly perplexed and, indeed, somewhat impatient with the slow speed of the cart carrying away this enchanted knight.
"The Story of Don Quixote" by Arvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
He was accompanied by a man who brought a cart and took away the dead animal.
"The Little Girl Lost" by Eleanor Raper
But now the noise of the cart has frightened them; they are flown away.
"The Fairchild Family" by Mary Martha Sherwood
The insect set about carting away his prize to a sheltered dining-room.
"The Industries of Animals" by Frédéric Houssay
Carted away, blown away, thrown away, with the other rubbish.
"Hidden Hand" by Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
Yerbury cleaned house, even to the tidying-up of streets and carting-away of rubbish.
"Hope Mills" by Amanda M. Douglas
The carts are ready, a quarter of a mile away.
"Through Russian Snows" by G. A Henty
If it was, why had not the rightful owners carted it away?
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition" by Robert Louis Stevenson
At 7.30 a milk cart comes lumbering along and delivers milk at one house and away again.
"New Worlds For Old" by Herbert George Wells
Just then the dim, smoky lights of a cart appeared at the bend in the road, twenty yards away, in the direction of the village.
"Finn The Wolfhound" by A. J. Dawson
The quantity of good, wholesome food which these carts brought away to be fed to pigs was incredible.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 90, April, 1865" by Various
Away in the distance a large dust-cloud was advancing, and with it the white tilt of a Cape cart.
"Aletta" by Bertram Mitford
Away went the log-cabin, the ox-cart, the grain-cradle, and the flail.
"The Romance of the Reaper" by Herbert Newton Casson
Jack meanwhile had turned to the left and then ridden back, well away from the road, till he was on a level with the cart.
"With Rifle and Bayonet" by F.S. Brereton

In poetry:

Bag men and basket men,
Men with loads of hay,
Buying things and selling things
And carting things away.
"Our Street" by C J Dennis
But these words of Sheriff Packer
Rang above the swelling noise:
"Must I wait and lose my dinner?
Draw away the cart, my boys!"
"Ballad Of Ruth Bay" by Albert Laighton
Then they ha'e yoked the carts and wains,
To ca' their dead away,
And shot auld dykes abune the lave,
In gutters where they lay.
"Auld Maitland" by Andrew Lang
They whipped her away at the tail o' the cart
Through half the streets of the town,
But the words she uttered that day nor fire
Could burn nor water drown.
"In The "Old South"" by John Greenleaf Whittier
A gypsy-man will sleep in his cart with canvas overhead;
Or else he'll go into his tent when it is time for bed.
He'll sit on the grass and take his ease so long as the sun is high,
But when it is dark he wants a roof to keep away the sky.
"Roofs" by Alfred Joyce Kilmer

In news:

Federal authorities carted away boxloads of documents while executing a search warrant Wednesday at a Walton County-based charity.
SEATTLE — When Greenpeace published its first " Carting Away the Oceans" report in 2008, the organization gave failing grades to all of the 20 US food retailers it analyzed.
Do you start by carting away the Chokai Maru, the 150-foot (45-meter) ship that was lifted over a pier and slammed into a house in this port town.
To add insult to injury, thieves will steal the pillow case off the bed to cart away their loot.
This semi truck lost its load of carts when it pulled away a little too soon.
The alleged thieves crafted a makeshift cart to tote away contraband.
Neosho's seventh grade basketball team continued to tear through the opposition this season as both the "A" and "B" teams came away with convincing victories against Cart.
The alleged thieves crafted a makeshift cart to tote away contraband .
The fencing will be carted away by festival organizers sometime later this week.
Leaves Don't Aim for Perfectionist Raking People spend hours and hours raking and carting away autumn leaves, but this exposes beneficial organic matter.
Another elected official carted away in 2009's Operation Bid Rig is sentenced to prison.
IN EARLY SEPTEMBER, in front of the Osterley House, a nearly 500-year-old redbrick Tudor mansion a half-hour from London, the best part of summer has just been carted away.
One nice feature was that we got dim sum right away from the rolling carts while we waited for a few special dishes.
One supermarket in the country allowed shoppers to fill up their cart and walk away with free groceries.
As New Orleans Hornets forward David West was being wheeled off the court in Salt Lake City on Thursday night, it would have been easy to figure that New Orleans' playoff chances this season were being carted away, as well.

In science:

Looking at the plateaus, bagged CART has been pulled closer to 1 2 (away from the truth) than the posterior mean.
Nonparametric Bayesian Classification