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And the perambulator was got for my Emmie's first—it didn't live but six months, and she's never had but that one.

Winton went leisurely up to the perambulator, and, saluting Betty, looked down at his grandchild.

BeyondJohn Galsworthy

"Or you might run over to the Goelets', and borrow their baby's perambulator," continued that segment of the Spanish Inquisition.

Peggy asked, as they set off, she and Hal hand-in-hand, just in front of nurse and the perambulator.

Little Miss PeggyMrs. Molesworth

I pulled pieces of perambulator out of myself for two weeks with the hand that was not disabled.

RemarksBill Nye

A nursemaid was lagging along with a sleeping infant—its mild face to the sky—in a perambulator.

Memoirs of a MidgetWalter de la Mare

They told him to take this perambulator home to his father and show him what a beautiful present they had made.

The Altar StepsCompton MacKenzie

“You must have commenced to live in your perambulator,” she declared.

The Moving FingerE. Phillips Oppenheim

You ask for a perambulator as if it were a sixpenny-ha'penny toy!

Married LifeMay Edginton

It was impossible to imagine a nursemaid lolling over a perambulator in Clapperton Street.

Sinister Street, vol. 2Compton Mackenzie

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