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perambulator

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Babies
perambulatorper‧am‧bu‧la‧tor /pəˈræmbjəleɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English old-fashioned  DHBa pram
Examples from the Corpus
perambulatorMargarett walked the baby in a perambulator until she saw the police leave the building hours later.Pillow and blanket, in size befitting that missing infant, made that black perambulator all the more confounding.Harper found lace perambulator covers that made perfect tops for the women, and printed silk jersey for church dresses.When again I passed through the foyer that day, the perambulator was gone, of course.
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