"carry-on" Definition

  1. to joke a person to excess, to CARRY ON a “spree” too far; “how we CARRIED ON, to be sure!” _i.e._, what fun we had. _Nautical term_—from carrying on sail.

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Position in the dictionary: 523 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: cart-wheel, carts, casa, cascade, case, case., cask, cassam, cast, cast up accounts
Previous words in the dictionary: carry me out!, carry corn, carrots, carrot., carriwitchet, carrier-pigeon, carpet-knight, carpet, caroon, carnish

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