bicycle

[ bahy-si-kuh l, -sik-uh l, -sahy-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bicycle

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Nimrod said his bicycle betrayed itself, too, only not so badly.

And he sold his camel yesterday and bought a bicycle instead.

Dismount and walk past any horse that becomes frightened at your bicycle.

An air-pressure is then produced in the tank with a bicycle pump.

He took her bicycle from her, and, turning, walked with her back into the park.

Having broken this record on a bicycle, Lambert ought to be satisfied.

No boy can be thoroughly happy who is not the owner of a bicycle.

A horse cannot compare with the bicycle for speed and endurance.

If he had wanted the bicycle for racing, which should he have chosen?

The poor boy was so frightened that he left his bicycle behind him.

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verbmoving, controlling a vehicle
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