- a person who takes a leisurely walk; saunterer.
- a wanderer; vagrant.
- an itinerant performer.
- a four-wheeled, often collapsible, chairlike carriage in which small children are pushed.
Origin of stroller
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Examples from the Web for stroller
I parked the stroller at the base of the metal slide and wrestled Julia in her bulky snowsuit out of the belted contraption.
I put her back into the stroller and trudged uphill back to the apartment, stunned.
She learned that somebody had fired at a man pushing a stroller and ended up killing a 1-year-old boy.The Story of an Unsung 9/11 Hero
September 11, 2013
A 15-year-old Bronx girl was wounded while pushing a baby in a stroller to safety.Ray Kelly Has to Run for New York City Mayor. How Could He Not?
June 4, 2013
Then, West says, the boys walked over to the stroller—and shot her baby.Could Facebook Have Prevented the Georgia Baby Shooting?
March 27, 2013
The stroller tried a simple ruse, and nigh lost his feet in doing it.
Before them fled the stroller and his three sons, capless and terrified.
"A sign that we will be proper friends," replied the stroller.
That's why he moved—he moved in that trailer, in that stroller.Warren Commission (10 of 26): Hearings Vol. X (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The carriages grow fewer, the shadowy figures hurry by and touch the stroller lightly.The Immortal
Word Origin and History for stroller
"child's push-chair," 1920, agent noun from stroll (v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper