verb (used without object)
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Origin of carp1
OTHER WORDS FROM carpcarper, noun
Definition for carp (2 of 4)
noun, plural (especially collectively) carp, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) carps.
Origin of carp2
Definition for carp (3 of 4)
Origin of -carp
Definition for carp (4 of 4)
Example sentences from the Web for carp
Look no further than when a picture of a carp blanketed most of Twitter earlier this month.
You’ll also often find carp in the inlet side of reservoirs where freshwater flows in around structure.
“Part of our responsibility is to vet nominees, not to kill nominees, not to hold them forever,” Carper said.
The IG office opened the investigation last September based on a referral from the FBI, but its progress is unclear, Carper said.
Carper described Allen as a “very fine person” and said either Lute or Allen would be fine.
Carper said Lute would get through the Senate quickly and easily.
“I think Jane Holl Lute would be a terrific candidate, and I urge the president to consider her,” Carper said.
We are far from sharing the opinion of a carper who remarked that, as sermons go, this volume is rather dear.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
Any carper can find the faults in a great work; it is only the enlightened who can discover all its merits.Talks on the study of literature.|Arlo Bates
Carper's four patterns of knowing serve as an organizing framework for asking epistemological questions of caring in nursing.
Carper's patterns of knowing offer a framework for organizing the content for studying this nursing situation.
There has never been an age that has not had its carper to tell you of the wonders that once were.Pike & Cutlass|George Gibbs