1 [kar-ee-awl]
a large bag, basket, etc., especially a large, lightweight piece of luggage with soft sides.

1830–40; noun use of verb phrase carry all Unabridged


2 [kar-ee-awl]
a four-wheeled covered carriage having seats for four persons, usually drawn by one horse.
a passenger automobile or bus having two facing benches running the length of the body.

1705–15, Americanism; alteration of cariole by folk etymology Unabridged
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carryall1 (ˈkærɪˌɔːl)
a light four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage usually designed to carry four passengers

carryall2 (ˈkærɪˌɔːl)
(US), (Canadian) Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): holdall a large strong bag with handles

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Example sentences
She's a language teacher, geography whiz and supply closet rolled into one handy carryall.
Carrying a swimsuit cover-up for a weekend by the sea can mean one extra piece in an already crammed carryall.
Carryall type vehicles, again modified for transport of a patient, were the second vehicles used as ambulances.
Carryall controls through this entire procedure, including any necessary cultural confirmation.
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