noun, plural car·ry·ings-on. Informal.
Origin of carrying-on
Examples from the Web for carrying-on
When she got going, laughing and carrying-on, what wouldn't she say, right out before anybody!The Brimming Cup|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
What's all this we hear about your carrying-on this morning?Air Service Boys Flying for Victory|Charles Amory Beach
They always seem to be happy, singing and “carrying-on” with the utmost abandon.The Spell of Flanders|Edward Neville Vose
There was a newly-married couple in our car, and of course lots of us were more or less interested in their carrying-on.Atchoo!|George Niblo