buggy[ buhg-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF buggy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUGGY
When, at last, he took the horse and buggy and drove about the country for orders, he was too late.
I passed you in my buggy when you were coming in with your tent that day on the Ridge.
Together they succeeded in getting him into the buggy; then, gently, Mike drove to the house.
By this he had reached the buggy, while Westley continued on his way to the stalls.
One wheel struck a cobble stone, and the buggy lurched horribly.
She nodded, and gathered up her skirts to get out of the buggy.
They put their hats in the front of the buggy, and went about in their bare heads.
Steve Webster was driving Doxy Morton in his mother's buggy.
We crossed a bridge which shook under the light weight of the buggy.
He should drive a buggy with two horses, and his wife should keep two girls.