carry along

carry someone along (with something)

[for something] to transport someone as it moves along. The flood carried us along with the debris. The rushing water carried along everything with it.
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carry someone along

(with someone) [for someone's enthusiasm or power] to affect other people and persuade them. The excitement of the play carried the audience along with the actors. She carried along the audience with her all the way.
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carry something along (with someone)

to bring or take something with one; to have something with one and have it handy at all times. You should carry this emergency phone list along with you whenever you travel. Please carry along this package when you go.
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References in classic literature ?
I made up my mind that I would carry along a reticule next time, let it look how it might, and people say what they would.
When I start out on my travels," said he, "I carry along enough square meals to last me several weeks.
I agreed to bring her up to one of my favorite stands about a week ago and let her carry along my dad's TenPoint crossbow.
The name Niipaitapi Askinimatstohki, meaning Lifelong Educator was bestowed upon Carry along with a traditional headdress for her leadership and accomplishments.
Good footwear, wind-proofs and snacks are good to carry along with OS Explorer 253 and a compass.
Android users who are blind and dyslexic can now use this application (app) to access DAISY digital Talking Books anywhere without having to carry along an additional single-purpose player.
The 2010 hurricane season is expected to be "extreme" and carry along "above-normal" threats on the U.
Zahraman highlighted that Syrian writ orders occurred before Hariri's scheduled visit to Syria and therefore carry along a political dimension.
Presented in a compact and portable form, Hour Chicago is the perfect guide to carry along for any trip through the city.
Some consumers would like to have something other than bars to carry along, partly because neither candy nor nutrition bars stand up to the kind of abuse that packages get in many purses.
He apparently would like our troops to carry along embedded judges and 12 jury members to hold a court before attacking Iraqi insurgents holed up in houses behind the skirts of ``mothers and babies.
The proposed space tractor could carry along a few thousand gallons of water, which would be poured onto the asteroid in such a way as to freeze on its surface.
During the beach season this year, he plans to carry along John Henry Days by Colson Whitehead.
Exchanges of letters and entries from Clara's diary carry along the novel's plot.
Southampton-based expert David Woolf said storm winds carry along a lot of bubbles which all form together and accumulate into foam.