stroll·​er | \ ˈstrō-lər How to pronounce stroller (audio) \

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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And unlike the Kona, the Ford could fit a small piece of luggage and the double stroller. Ben Stewart, Popular Mechanics, "Cargo Showdown: Which Crossover SUV Is Best for Hauling Your Stuff?," 4 Aug. 2018 Then out of nowhere, down the path comes KATE FREAKING MIDDLETON, looking effortlessly adorable in a puffer jacket, classic skinny jeans and New Balance Vazee sneakers, with her fabulously cute baby just hanging out in his stroller. Katherine J. Igoe, Marie Claire, "Kate Middleton Reportedly Takes Prince Louis for Casual Walks in Public," 15 Feb. 2019 As Noah’s mother browses for gifts and his baby sister relaxes in her stroller, the boy and Oliver poke around the department store. Meghan Cox Gurdon, WSJ, "Children’s Books: Season’s Readings," 30 Nov. 2018 The couple is notoriously private, but have, on occasion, been spotted taking walks together as a family, usually with Brad pushing Lea around in a stroller. Kayleigh Roberts, Marie Claire, "Who Is Irina Shayk? Everything You Need to Know About Bradley Cooper's Long-Time Girlfriend," 24 Feb. 2019 Bikes, scooters, strollers: all would have a lockable home. Alexandra Lange, Curbed, "Let’s organize the city outside our front door with as much care as we do our homes," 30 Aug. 2018 Meanwhile that same day, fellow mom Khloé Kardashian shared a new photo of one-month-old baby girl True Thompson in a stroller during a mother-daughter walk. Karen Mizoguchi,, "Sibling Love! Kim Kardashian Gushes About Her Bath Time 'Babies' North, 4½, and Saint West, 2," 17 May 2018 Those of all ages are welcome, and strollers are permitted, too. Grace Dickinson,, "Where to celebrate Easter with the family in Philadelphia this year," 22 Mar. 2018 The first picture captures Torres and Bishop peering into a stroller. Megan Stein, Country Living, "'NCIS' Star Wilmer Valderrama Teases an Intimate Moment Between Torres and Bishop," 11 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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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


stroll·​er | \ ˈstrō-lər How to pronounce stroller (audio) \

Kids Definition of stroller

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

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