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American Football, backfield, blitz, bootleg, bowl, end, conversion kick, end zone.
acquit, bear, behave, channel, comport, conduct, contain, convey, deport, dribble, execute, expect, express, extend, gestate, hold, persuade, post, run, stock, stockpile, sway, transmit.
administer, conduct, continue, endure, go on, keep on, keep up, last, maintain, manage, mess around, operate, persevere, persist, play up, proceed, progress, restart, resume, run, Misbehaving, return to, be involved, have an affair, carry on a business, children carrying on, behave foolishly, carrying on with a colleague at work.
accomplish, achieve, bring off, conduct, discharge, effect, execute, fulfil, implement, perform, realize, undertake, DO, put into effect/operation/practice, deliver (the goods).
adduce, attract, bear, bring, conduct, convey, draw, fetch, impart, induce, transfer, transport.
air, communicate, display, disseminate, offer, pass on, publish, release, send, transport.
cart, deliver, dispatch, express, haul, move, remove, send, shift, transmit.
bear, carry, hold, transport.
forward, ship, truck.
carry, pack, take.
transport physical object
backpack, bear, bring, cart, channel, conduct, convey, convoy, displace, ferry, fetch, freight, funnel, give, haul, heft, hoist, import, lift, lug, move, pack, pipe, portage, relay, relocate, remove, shift, shoulder, sustain, take, tote, transfer, transmit, transplant, truck, waft, Traject, schlepp.
affect, capture, drive, effect, gain, get, impel, impress, influence, inspire, prevail, secure, spur, strike, sway, touch, urge, be victorious.
Examples of usage:
– Molly Brown's Orchard Home by Nell Speed
– The Leech by Phillips Barbee
– A Day Of Fate by E. P. Roe
– The Cow Puncher by Robert J. C. Stead
– In Indian Mexico (1908) by Frederick Starr