Definition of convey:
guide, acquire, bestow, adopt, fill, institute, give, admit, acquit, have a bun in the oven, amaze, commence, set out, buzz off, baffle, mother, evince, withdraw, stimulate, lift, assume, shift, dribble, bring in, lead, read, pose, dumbfound, knowledge, canalize, father, bring, schlep, transport, accompanied, claim, stock, add, contribute, pay back, utter, aim, transmit, engage, occupy, lug, film, alienate, sway, rent, verbalize, need, obliqueness, transfuse, exchange contracts, drive, wreak, verbalise, bewilder, train, experience, issue, get down, voice, obtain, render, take on, work, channelise, postulate, receive, capture, remortgage, assign, haul off, carry, look at, contract, announce, state, necessitate, channel, transfer, leave, develop, move, declare, consider, break, subscribe, words, deal, give tongue to, comport, bugger off, use up, arrive, manifest, disclose, get hold of, play, let, sublet, report, get across, commune, get at, talk, bring forward, engender, contain, ferry, expect, behave, choose, make over, pass, land, perplex, study, cause, alien, involve, pass along, impart, skirt, pronounce, press out, mortgage, pass on, start out, call for, canalise, change, take in, suffer, grant, beat, deport, sublease, get under one's skin, escort, communicate, shepherd, pay off, mystify, begin, scram, inform, take away, fix, transmit, proclaim, ingest, hand, say, notify, tote, bring forth, strike, evade, intercommunicate, shoot, demand, make, arrest, stick, tell, flummox, incur, stupefy, fetch, select, find, vent, make for, beget, carry, take up, extract, cede, broadcast, stockpile, air, ask, pick out, hold, display, carry on, submit, catch, take, puzzle, set about, show, get, lease, run, subscribe to, lend, have, go, take aim, sell, vocalize, gestate, parry, direct, require, generate, vex, hire, intimate, spread, persuade, law, address, consume, nonplus, hedge, articulate, deed, post, remove, put across, imply, walk, extend, allow, start, beam, learn, accept, sire, exact, come, pack, sign over, mince (your) words, become, gravel, over, produce, grow, charter, sustain, channelize.
- bring (part of speech: verb)
- ship (part of speech: verb)
- carry (part of speech: verb)
But came a day- as the fancy writers say when they wish to convey the impression that a day has come, but hate to do it in a commonplace manner- came a day when my cigar tasted as a cigar should taste and food had the proper relish to it; and my appetite came back again and found the old home place not so greatly changed after all.- ""Speaking of Operations--"", Irvin S. Cobb.
- "Colonel Thorndyke's Secret", G. A. Henty.
- "Santa Claus's Partner", Thomas Nelson Page.