buggy


1bug·gy

adjective \ˈbə-gē\

: having many insects

of a computer program, system, etc. : having many problems or errors that prevent proper operation : having many bugs

bug·gi·erbug·gi·est

Full Definition of BUGGY

1
:  infested with bugs <a buggy swamp>
2
:  characterized by bugs; especially :  containing many bugs <a buggy software program>

Examples of BUGGY

  1. It's too buggy out here—let's go inside.

First Known Use of BUGGY

1714

Rhymes with BUGGY

2buggy

noun

: a light carriage that is usually pulled by one horse

plural buggies

Full Definition of BUGGY

1
:  a light one-horse carriage made with two wheels in England and with four wheels in the United States
2
:  a small cart or truck for short transportations of heavy materials

Examples of BUGGY

  1. He rode into town on his horse and buggy.
  2. <we'll need a new buggy if we have another baby>

Origin of BUGGY

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1770

Related to BUGGY

Synonyms
baby buggy, baby carriage, perambulator [chiefly British], pram [chiefly British], pushchair [chiefly British], stroller

Rhymes with BUGGY

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