perambulator[ per-am-byuh-ley-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF perambulator
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERAMBULATOR
I ain't a baby, nor a perambulator neither, to be pushed about by you.
Poor Dahlia, she'll be frightened when she sees the perambulator gone.
Mr. Trew gazed for a few moments at a baby in a perambulator.
Fort stood at the end of the perambulator, and looked at that other fellow's baby.
With his foot he drew the perambulator a little nearer to him.
Well, my dear, she has twins; she brought them here once in a perambulator.
I asked carelessly, while twins in a perambulator got out of our line of fire.
You must not loiter with a perambulator, and you must not go too fast.
Dickie whispered to Mr. Beale and climbed out of the perambulator.
It was Peter, but a Peter who has changed some since perambulator days,—just as Honora has changed some.