Then it is that the babies are out in their go-carts and carriages, and the "chillens" are trooping to school.
The people are averse to statutory crutches and go-carts, wherever it is possible for them to walk alone.
In the writers of Queen Anne's day frequent references are made to go-carts.
Government is a necessary evil, like other go-carts and crutches.
Then, seizing time by the fetlock, some indescribable monster secured the next ten years' output of go-carts.
It is on this account too, as much perhaps as any other, that go-carts and leading strings are put in such early requisition.
Women with children in "go-carts" bustle past in a hurry to get home and fetch up the supper.
Each company carries its shields in go-carts, and they are served out on going into action.
I wanted to get their minds off patent sleds and go-carts, and goodness knows what all.