Definition of Carnying
1. carny [v] - See also: carny
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carnying
Literary usage of Carnying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1844)
"... taking up the cause of her grief and injuries, and feeling highly indignant against the vile, worthless, wicked, hypocritical, coaxing, carnying, ..."
2. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine: Designed for the Use by Austin Flint (1873)
"... due to gravitation of blood to the dependent parts from impairment of the forces carnying on the circulation ; it occurs in the last stage of fevers or ..."
3. Heads of the People: Or, Portraits of the English by Joseph Kenny Meadows (1878)
"... as editor of " The Rotherhithe Star," or " Finsbury Review," he has to answer and emit bullying, browbeating, carnying, complimentary, letters. ..."
4. The Illustrated Magazine of Art (1853)
"Nevertheless, the marriage was not consummated ; death put a stop to it by carnying Bebé off before it was concluded. ..."
5. Nights at the Play: A View of the English Stage by Dutton Cook (1883)
"Mr. Rumford tries hard, by " cooking" his accounts and by carnying protestations, to extract further payments from his wife; but she is very suspicious of ..."