- a conveyance similar to an infant's crib set on four wheels and meant to be pushed.
Origin of baby carriage
First recorded in 1865–70
Also called baby buggy, carriage.
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Examples from the Web for baby carriage
Sha'n't Tommy push—the baby-carriage up to the house for you, Miss Eudora?
Then she was gone, trundling the baby-carriage with incredible speed.
Then she said, "Goodby, Amelia dear," and resumed her progress with the baby-carriage.
You remember that afternoon when you met me with the baby-carriage?
She was wheeling her baby-carriage, and Marjorie ran to meet her.Marjorie's Busy Days
- Also: baby buggy US and Canadian a cot-like four-wheeled carriage for a babyBritish term: pram
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