- perambulator (n.)
- 1610s, "one who perambulates," agent noun in Latin form from perambulate. Sense of "baby carriage" is first recorded 1856; often colloquially shortened to pram.
- 1. That was a close shave . The car just missed that perambulator.
- 2. She stood her baby in the perambulator and went into the kitchen.
- 3. The woman pushed the perambulator dong the pavement.
- 4. One morning Lucinda and Jane had gone a drive in the doll's perambulator.
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