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Synonyms for perambulator

a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around

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I don't know how it is, but there always seem to me to be more people, and dogs, and perambulators, and cabs, and carts about in wet weather than at any other time, and they all get in your way more, and everybody is so disagreeable--except myself--and it does make me so wild.
The nurse had turned and was pushing her perambulator hurriedly up the hill again.
She had taken the baby from the perambulator, and it was a motionless bundle of wraps in her arms.
The stout, rather greedy children, who look so well in perambulators but get puffed easily when they walk, were all young thrushes once, and ladies often ask specially for them.
Mr Vladimir, jumping up amazed from the depths of the arm-chair, looked over his shoulder; and below, across the courtyard of the Embassy, well beyond the open gate, could be seen the broad back of a policeman watching idly the gorgeous perambulator of a wealthy baby being wheeled in state across the Square.
Hansoms passed with schoolboys just home for the Easter holidays, four-wheelers outward bound, with bicycles and perambulators atop; none that rode in them were half so happy as I, with the great load on my cab, but the greater one off my heart.
She had always thought children important, however, and the Darlings had become acquainted with her in Kensington Gardens, where she spent most of her spare time peeping into perambulators, and was much hated by careless nursemaids, whom she followed to their homes and complained of to their mistresses.
My invention, the aquatic perambulator -or fish walker - is getting some rave reviews since it went on display and sale at Holme Valley Pets and Supplies in Thongsbridge.
The perambulator made by William Wilson was the star of the show when it was sold at specialist auction house Vectis in Thornaby this week for PS5,280.
He came up with the idea of the Aquatic Perambulator seven years ago in a bid to give his pet fish Malcolm a more exciting life.
Or if in 'Bliss' there was not a perambulator in the hall but a letter knife?
There is a 'Devil Baby' on the streets of New York and it is scaring passers-by with its evil appearance and monstrous activities in the perambulator.
There's even a substantial silent role for an actor, who appears as a much-abused motel manager, a bear, an 1 Alexanderplatz waiter, among other assignments throughout the cycle (I won't here get into his misadventures in drag with a perambulator frill of potatoes).
To the centre of the ground floor is the entrance hall with father, child in perambulator and the family dog.
The monarch also ordered the opening of Phase I of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques project to upgrade the capacity of Mataf (circumambulation around the Kba area) that includes the following: 1- the capacity of the nave area at 20,000 perambulator per hour 2- the capacity of the ground floor at 5,000 perambulator per hour 3- the capacity of the first floor at 15,000 perambulator per hour 4- the capacity of the rooftop at 30,000 perambulator per hour in addition to the temporary Mataf area at a capacity of 2,000 perambulator per hour.