stroller

noun
stroll·​er | \ ˈstrō-lər \

Definition of stroller

1a : an itinerant actor
b : vagrant, tramp
2 : one that strolls
3 : a collapsible carriage designed as a chair in which a small child may be pushed

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Examples of stroller in a Sentence

I met a few strollers on the beach. back in olden days when strollers and vagabonds wandered the Scottish countryside

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While taking a stroll with her husband, James Matthews, and their baby boy, Arthur in a Bugaboo stroller, the British socialite bundled up in a cozy camel coat while keeping dry under her umbrella. Erica Gonzales, Harper's BAZAAR, "Pippa Middleton Walks with Her New Baby in a Cozy Zara Coat," 3 Dec. 2018 The reality star has been spotted Snapchatting with her daughter Stormi (who looks equally adorable in all of the filters TBH), and taking her for walks in a $12,500 Fendi stroller (casual). De Elizabeth, Teen Vogue, "Kylie Jenner Takes Stormi Webster Shopping for Her Magazine Covers," 28 July 2018 That comfort is the result of the leaf-spring suspension under the stroller, as well as the cush infant sling harness securing Jojo inside. Joe Jackson, Outside Online, "Thule's Chariot Is the Best Running Stroller," 27 June 2018 Ginsburg pointed north, where a 600-foot-long pier will welcome strollers, birdwatchers, fishermen and kayakers. Leah Garchik, SFChronicle.com, "Natural promise at city’s southeastern corner," 25 June 2018 Cargo space behind the rear seat is a generous 38.4 cubic feet, plenty of room for a big grocery run, weekend road trip, a large stroller, or soccer equipment. Emma Jayne Williams, star-telegram, "Toyota introduces new Adventure modelto the lineup of its 2018 RAV4 crossover," 23 June 2018 But on the afternoon of April 23rd Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old computer programmer from Toronto, drove a van into lunchtime strollers, careering along for more than a kilometre, killing ten and injuring 14 others. The Economist, "An involuntary celibate goes on a killing spree in Canada," 26 Apr. 2018 Ugly Christmas sweaters, wheelchairs, strollers, car seats, bikes, hair dryers, tents, vacuum cleaners, guitars, surfboards, skis, poker chips, a Chewbacca costume, clothes galore. Carolyn Said, San Francisco Chronicle, "Omni’s ‘closets in the cloud’ turn into a new way to make money online," 21 Apr. 2018 Meanwhile, Bennett, Julia and Jonah stayed with their grandparents, baking Amy a birthday cake and drawing pictures of themselves pushing her in a stroller. Amy Paturel, Good Housekeeping, "When People Ask Me How Many Children I Have, I Don't Know What to Say," 26 Dec. 2018

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First Known Use of stroller

1608, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

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The first known use of stroller was in 1608

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stroller

noun

English Language Learners Definition of stroller

US : a small carriage with four wheels that a baby or small child can ride in while someone pushes it
: someone who is walking in a slow and relaxed way : someone who is strolling

stroller

noun
stroll·​er | \ ˈstrō-lər \

Kids Definition of stroller

: a small carriage in which a baby can sit and be pushed around

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