carry

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carry (one) (somewhere)

To accompany or escort someone to a certain location or event. It's already dark out, so be a gentleman and carry that gal home.
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carry (oneself)

1. To walk or move in a certain physical manner. If you carried yourself with better posture, you might not have such back pain. Self-conscious of her height, she always carries herself erect to seem taller to others.
2. To act, behave, or conduct oneself socially or in public (i.e., as pertains to grace, etiquette, speech, grooming, body language, etc.). Always be aware of how you carry yourself when in polite company. The way he carries himself in public belies his strict upbringing.
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carry

1. in. to carry drugs on one’s person. (Drugs.) If you get busted while you’re carrying, you are in big trouble with the man.
2. n. drugs carried on the person as an emergency supply in case of arrest. (Underworld.) The cops found my carry, and I spent three days in the clink climbing the walls.
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Eden, and if she were taught how to carry herself, you would be fairly dazzled by her, and so would all men.
She was not playing at being fluttered, which would have been simply ridiculous; she was doing her best to carry herself as a person so humble that, for her, even embarrassment would have been pretentious; but evidently she had never dreamed of its being in her horoscope to pay a visit, at night-fall, to a friendly single gentleman who lived in theatrical-looking rooms on one of the new Boulevards.
Rose tried to walk off with her usual free tread, but the under-skirt got in her way, the over-skirt was so tight she could not take a long step, and her boots made it impossible to carry herself perfectly erect.
Judi James believes that Markle's profession as an actress has helped her carry herself better than the Duchess of Cambridge, who had been very shy during her first public speaking engagement.
She knows that to be respected, she has to dress, behave and carry herself with respectability; being very sure that respectable men love only respectable women and only respectable women are able to attract respectable men.
Mich Morente, who had 14 points in the game against De La Salle, was amazed with how Samonte was able to carry herself especially in a rivalry game.
That isn't to say that the young British actor Mbatha-Raw doesn't carry herself well.
The student, who was unable to carry herself, was found lying on the road next to a mall bustling with shoppers in Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Phase I.
The course taught her a lot about professionalism, client care and how to carry herself appropriately in a business environment.
Even though Dhanalakshmi is known to carry herself with utter confidence and poise despite working among tainted officers in UP, she appeared uncomfortable hearing the minister praise her beauty.
Rose was taught to believe in herself and carry herself as a leader.
The singer with the 'What You Want' group admitted that during their five-year hiatus between second album, 'The Open Door', in 2006 and their self-titled third album earlier this year she had forgotten how to carry herself on stage.
She has plenty of bone [in her legs] to carry herself and she is correct, all of which will hopefully help her live up to her name.
The Covent Garden administration may have been impressed by Sutherland's potential, but they were dismayed at what one person in the film said was her complete inability to so much as walk across the stage with any sense of refinement or to carry herself with any kind of confidence and poise.
She has spent a good part of her confirmation hearings showing it u and perhaps offering a preview of how she would carry herself on the Supreme Court.