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  • v. To carry back.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To carry back.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To carry back, as in returning; carry again or in a reversed direction.


re- +‎ carry (Wiktionary)


  • I think it is not to be doubted that Swallows have been taught to carry letters between two armies; but 'tis certain that when the Turks besieged Malta or Rhodes, I now remember not which it was, Pigeons are then related to carry and recarry letters: and Mr.G. Sandys, in his Travels, relates it to be done betwixt Aleppo and Babylon, But if that be disbelieved, it is not to be doubted that the Dove was sent out of the ark by Noah, to give him notice of land, when to him all appeared to be sea; and the Dove proved a faithful and comfortable messenger.

    The Compleat Angler : or, The Contemplative Man`s Recreation


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