Examples of baby carriage in a Sentence
twins in a double baby carriage
Recent Examples of baby carriage from the Web
Among those curiosities are rustic tools dating back to 1700s New England, metal gas station signs from the 1950s, original black and white family portraits, antique china, baby carriages, and vintage toys.
There might be people out there with baby carriages.
Processions of baby carriages glide down the road, bearing the scions of growing families.
A few feet away, the 5-year-old daughter of one of the women staying in the shelter folded pink-and-silver wrapping paper before pushing around a pink baby carriage.
On Christmas day, Kourtney Kardashian posts a photo of a pink baby carriage on her Instagram Stories, which looks like yet another subtle hint.
Indeed, the girl’s first baby carriage had been a gift from Cleveland, who practiced law with Frances’s father, Oscar.
Madame Tussaud's had just carted Kylie's wax figure out into the streets of Hollywood with a baby carriage to play a sick, sick joke on the masses.
Even the part where the Wicked Witch--circling the gym floor on her bicycle, shrieking--accidentally crashed into a baby carriage.
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First Known Use of baby carriage
BABY CARRIAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of baby carriage for English Language Learners
: a vehicle in which a baby lies while someone pushes it from place to place
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