Definition of Baby buggy

1. Noun. A small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around.

Exact synonyms: Baby Carriage, Carriage, Go-cart, Perambulator, Pram, Pushchair, Pusher, Stroller
Specialized synonyms: Bassinet
Generic synonyms: Wheeled Vehicle
Derivative terms: Push



Definition of Baby buggy

1. Noun. A wheeled chair for the transport of a baby or infant. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baby Buggy

baby bok choy
baby bond
baby bonus
baby book
baby books
baby boom
baby boomer
baby boomers
baby booms
baby bottle
baby bottle syndrome
baby bouncer
baby boy
baby boys
baby buggies
baby buggy (current term)
baby bump
baby bumps
baby buster
baby carriage
baby carriages
baby colic
baby corn
baby daddies
baby daddy
baby doctor
baby doll
baby duck syndrome

Literary usage of Baby buggy

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"Plodding along the same road was a refugee mother and several little children in a donkey cart; behind the cart, attached by a rope, trundled a baby buggy ..."

2. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1890)
"NY c. baby-buggy: same as British perambulator. Wash, (state). baby-carriage : same as British perambulator. NY baby-coach : same as baby-carriage. ..."

3. We and Our Children by Woods Hutchinson (1911)
"... and it is little short of "cruelty to animals" to lay an unfortunate baby on his back in a trough- like perambulator or baby buggy so deep and so well ..."

4. Correct Social Usage: A Course of Instruction in Good Form, Style and Deportment by George Rippey Stewart (1906)
"... a cloak, a baby buggy, a pretty cradle, or a set of dainty little garments. A godfather often deposits a nest- egg for the baby's fortune in the bank, ..."

5. Passed by the Censor: The Experience of an American Newspaper Man in France by Wythe Williams (1916)
"Plodding along the same road was a refugee mother and several little children in a donkey cart; behind the cart, attached by a rope, trundled a baby buggy ..."

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