Definition of Go-cart

1. Noun. An enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk.

Exact synonyms: Baby-walker, Walker
Generic synonyms: Framework
Derivative terms: Walk



2. Noun. Wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels. "Their pushcart was piled high with groceries"
Exact synonyms: Cart, Handcart, Pushcart
Specialized synonyms: Applecart, Barrow, Garden Cart, Lawn Cart, Wheelbarrow, Hand Truck, Truck, Laundry Cart, Serving Cart, Shopping Cart
Terms within: Grip, Handgrip, Handle, Hold
Generic synonyms: Wheeled Vehicle
Derivative terms: Cart

3. Noun. A small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around.
Exact synonyms: Baby Buggy, Baby Carriage, Carriage, Perambulator, Pram, Pushchair, Pusher, Stroller
Specialized synonyms: Bassinet
Generic synonyms: Wheeled Vehicle
Derivative terms: Push

Definition of Go-cart

1. Noun. A small, open-wheeled vehicle for racing. ¹

2. Noun. (dated) A framework moving on casters, designed to support children as they learn to walk. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Go-cart

gnus
go-ahead
go-ahead run
go-ahead runs
go-around
go-as-you-please
go-away-bird
go-away-birds
go-away bird
go-away birds
go-between
go-betweens
go-by
go-bys
go-cart (current term)
go-carts
go-devil
go-faster stripe
go-faster stripes
go-getter
go-getters
go-getting
go-go
go-kart
go-karts
go-live
go-lives
go-off
go-out

Literary usage of Go-cart

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1. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...by John Walker by John Walker (1806)
"A scornful exhortation. Go-BY, gó-bl'. s. Delusion, artifice, circumvention. Dd2 go-cart, gó'kárt. s. A machine in which children are ..."

2. Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters: And of the Progress of Painting in by Jameson (Anna) (1845)
"... since become famous, which represents an aged man in a go-cart, and underneath the words " Ancora impara " (" still learning"). ..."

3. Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home by Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1841)
"would not trust me to buy a go-cart, that I have selected and bought to-day our travelling carriage. Mr. K. tells me I have good reason to be satisfied ..."

4. The Letters of Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, with the Characters by Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield (1892)
"... and repeat that exercise three or four times in a day; which I could by no means have done when you saw me in my go-cart at Blackheath. ..."

5. The Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy by Pennsylvania Prison Society (1845)
"If a little go-cart were placed in it with a sail hoisted on it to fill the passage nearly as a piston fills a barrel, the passage being open at the two ..."

6. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"I used tu draw her to school on a go-cart nearly half of a century ago. Religious Herald, March 24, 1887. 5. A hand-cart. Bartlett. [U. 8. ..."

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